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Woo Woo Burgers ghost kitchen to host pop-up event to celebrate launch in Scottsdale

Dec 19, 2021, 7:15 AM
(Woo Woo Burgers photo)
(Woo Woo Burgers photo)

PHOENIX — Woo Woo Burgers is a ghost kitchen concept from the restaurateurs behind the Z’Tejas Southwest Grill that will launch its Scottsdale location on Jan. 3.

To celebrate, Woo Woo Burgers will host a pop-up event on the day of its launch in which the first 200 people to attend will get a free sandwich, drink and side, according to a press release.

A ghost kitchen is a strictly take-out or delivery restaurant.

The first Woo Woo Burgers location in Arizona opened in Chandler last spring.

Z’Tejas Southwest Grill is expanding the ghost kitchen to their Scottsdale restaurant, which is located at 8300 N Hayden Road Suite D-101.

Woo Woo Burgers serves burgers, chicken sandwiches and sides. Customers can order for curbside pick-up or third-party delivery starting on Jan. 3.

The pop-up event will take place from 11 a.m. until supplies last. It will be held on the Indian Bend Wash Greenbelt park lawn behind Z’Tejas where there will be Woo Woo tents.

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Woo Woo Burgers ghost kitchen to host pop-up event to celebrate launch in Scottsdale