Hans in happiness | Expansion: Burger chain opens its 94th restaurant in Hanover

Burger eating in a birch forest ambience is now also possible in Hanover.

The ambitious growth course of Hans im Glück continues. Now the burger chain is also represented with a branch in a central location in Hanover.

The burger grill opens its doors in the new Limhof building in a central location and expects it to attract a high frequency of shopping public and visitors to the old town. Of the 210 square meter indoor area With 193 seats, the capital of Lower Saxony with its natural design invites you to “spend a happy time”.

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Hans in hapiness

Expansion of the vegan offer

Every third burger that is served in the Hans im Glück burger grills is meat-free, according to the company. The burger concept is now expanding its vegan range.

The typical floor-to-ceiling birch trunks, in combination with many green accents and special hydro plants, create that special Hans in the happiness ambience. In addition, the burger grill in Hanover is one of the first locations with a climate-conscious and cradle-to-cradle certified organic flooring. Of the 105 square meters of outdoor space offers space for 174 guests on sunny and warm days.

Johannes Bühler, CEO of the Hans im Glück Franchise GmbH, is proud, “that we are finally opening the first Hans im Glück in Hanover and that our expansion continues.”

About the Hans im Glück Franchise GmbH

Founded in Munich in 2010, the brand is still growing with 94 burger grills. The company has already received various awards for its franchise system. In addition to the awards as “Service Champion” 2019 and 2020 in the burger restaurant category, this includes the PETA Award 2020 for the most vegan-friendly system catering. Hans im Glück Burgergrill is represented in the cities of Amberg, Augsburg, Berlin (2), Bielefeld, Bremen, Bochum, Bonn (3), Chemnitz, Dortmund, Dresden, Düsseldorf (2), Erfurt, Erlangen, Essen (2), Frankfurt , Freiburg, Göttingen, Hagen, Halle, Hamburg (2), Hamburg-Harburg, Hanover, Heidelberg (2), Heilbronn, Ingolstadt, Kaiserslautern, Karlsruhe (2), Kiel, Koblenz, Cologne (3), Krefeld, Landshut, Leipzig , Mainz, Mannheim, Munich (17), Münster, Nuremberg, Oldenburg, Paderborn, Passau, Pforzheim, Recklinghausen, Regensburg, Rosenheim, Saarlouis, Singen, Straubing, Stuttgart (5), Trier, Ulm, Wiesbaden, Wuppertal, Würzburg and Kufstein (Austria), Basel, Bern (2), St. Gallen, Winterthur (Switzerland 5) and Singapore (4). Further openings throughout Germany, Austria and Switzerland are planned.