Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Two Smashburger shops coming to NJ, and Tacconelli's will move

The burger chain will take the Maple Shade location of Tacconelli's, which plans a move to a larger location in 2014.

Two Smashburger shops coming to NJ, and Tacconelli's will move


Smashburger has been on a roll with growth lately - a stand just opened at Philly International and there are shops in Radnor and Glassboro.

Now I hear about two more locations on their way to South Jersey.

December should see an opening in a new shopping center at 56 Haddonfield Road in Cherry HIll (near Mall Chevrolet).

Mid-March 2014 will see a Smashburger at 450 S. Lenola Rd. in Maple Shade (across from Moorestown Mall). This will be the region's largest, at 84 indoor seats and 20 outside.

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The current occupant of the Maple Shade location - Tacconelli's Pizza - will move at the end of the year. Owner Vince Tacconelli told me that he's cinched a new location that is double the current size, at 27 W. Main St. in downtown Maple Shade.

Meanwhile, it's business as usual there.
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