South St. Burger the latest player in Guelph’s premier burger scene

Jun 14, 2017

The brother and sister duo of Kirit and Ursula Kambo have delved into the competitive premium burger scene in the shape of South St. Burger. The Guelph siblings opened the 40-seat spot at 190 Clair Rd. E., in the plaza on the northeast corner of the burgeoning Clair/Gordon commercial node, last Thursday.   Read full…

2015 Gold Standard Winners

Mar 11, 2015

We are excited to announce that South St Burger was chosen as one of the winners of the 2015 Gold Standard – Best Managed Companies in Canada. See the full list here: Download the press release here: nyf-and-ssb-best-managed-press-release.pdf

Interview: New York Fries founder Jay Gould on the new burger wars

Feb 20, 2015

The founder of New York Fries has a new concept in development. Here’s what he learned the hard way. Jay Gould has spent much of his career copying the successes of others. His first venture, Cultures, a healthy lunch spot, was inspired by a restaurant in Manhattan. Similarly, he and his brother transplanted New York…

Pucker Up for South St. Burger This Valentines Day

Feb 13, 2015

South St. Burger wanted to recreate some iconic kisses and ours is clearly ‘Lady and The Tramp’. You can also see us on their website, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Read full article:

Smooching for South St.

Feb 13, 2015

Would you pucker up for free fries? The burger joint is getting romantic with its latest social push. Canadian chain South St. Burger Co. is taking its Valentine’s Day “Pucker Up” promotion social this year, tapping into some cheeky bloggers’ online followings and asking customers to share their smoochy selfies online. Read full article:

It’s a kiss-athon

Feb 13, 2015

Nothing says love quite like free food. South St. Burger Co. has brought back it’s annual “Pucker Up For Free Fries” campaign, where anyone that shows up to a location this Saturday and plants a wet one on their sweetheart (or anyone really, they aren’t being picky) gets free fries. Read full article: