P. Terry's opens in Westlake

By Mike Sutter | Fed Man Walking | 06.01.12
P. Terry's Burger Stand opens its sixth location June 1 with a shop in West Lake Hills at the Village at Westlake across from the H-E-B.
Like so many of its cousins, the restaurant itself was designed by Austin acrhitect Michael Hsu, who gave the shop a compact base pod sheathed in aqua, then set it in motion with an angular white sail of a drive-through carport hung with a constellation of globe lanterns. But this P. Terry's will have something the others don't have, for now: bacon.
Applewood-smoked bacon is a 75-cent add-on to the shop's menu of low-tech, high-value beef, chicken and veggie burgers. Another Westlake exclusive is a caramel shake. The Westlake-only incentives come as P. Terry's enters a market already staked by Westlake native son Drew Gressett's Hat Creek Burger Co. just across the street at Loop 360 and Bee Cave Road.
The Westlake P. Terry's will open for breakfast Monday-Friday at 7 a.m. and Saturday-Sunday at 8 a.m.
(Photos by Mike Sutter © Fed Man Walking)