The cows have returned to Fairfield.
MOOYAH Burgers, Fries & Shakes opened its first Solano County location in March at 251 Pittman Rd, Suite B.
Known for its 100% dry-aged, hand-cut beef and natural ice cream, the first Mooyah opened in Plano, Texas in 2007.
In 2011, each Mooyah location began baking its non-GMO and multigrain white breads in-house daily. The first international location was opened in Dubai in 2013. In 2020, the company introduced its lineup of “Lifestyle Burgers”, including vegan, paleo, keto, low-calorie and gluten-free offerings. -free.
“People can do whatever they want,” said MOOYAH President Doug Willmarth. “What sets MOOYAH apart is not only the quality of our hand-picked ingredients and better beef than most steakhouses use, but our five different dishes, vegan patties, turkey patties and ‘iceburgers.’
“There are so many options for you to make a burger just for you whether you’re on a keto diet or you want to load up on toppings on a traditional cheeseburger.”
Expansion has gone west for MOOYAH and Fairfield is the eighth location to open in the state. Other California locations include Carlsbad, Irvine, Monrovia, Morgan Hill, Rocklin, Upland and Walnut Creek. Willmarth attributes much of MOOYAH’s growth to word of mouth and customers being surprised at how good the burgers are when they try them on the go.
In addition to opening MOOYAH, Bay Valley Development President Indy Pahwa is responsible for bringing other restaurant options to the Fairfield community, including Jersey Mike’s and Del Taco.
Pahwa lives in Lafayette and first tried MOOYAH in the Walnut Creek area, according to Willmarth. From there, he was blown away by the taste and wanted to help expand the business.
“We have been watching MOOYAH since 2012 and we are watching their progress,” said Pahwa. “The manager of MOOYAH, Anand Gala, we knew each other from another brand and we met at a press conference.
Members of the Fairfield City Council and the Fairfield-Suisun Chamber of Commerce attended MOOYAH’s grand opening and ribbon cutting on March 22. Pahwa said the business has been successful and the location is great. to all the challenges that come with opening a new restaurant.
The location provides a unique opportunity for fundraising in the Fairfield community. Companies will raise money through in-restaurant orders and online orders. A portion of the sale will be returned to the sponsoring organization. For online orders using MOOYAH’s rewards smartphone app, a unique promo code will be generated for the specific fundraiser and counted towards the total offer.
In addition to burgers, french fries and milkshakes, MOOYAH also serves hot dogs, french fries, homemade fries, cookies, chicken nuggets and grilled cheese sandwiches. Hot dogs, like burgers, can be customized. If you can’t decide between a burger or a hot dog, you can try “The Hamburdog”, a single burger patty topped with a hot dog, cheddar cheese, bacon, jalapeños, fried onion strings and ketchup on top of the fries.
For more information about MOOYAH Burgers, Fries & Shakes, visit https://www.mooyah.com.
You can visit MOOYAH in Fairfield at 251 Pittman Rd, Suite B between Jersey Mike’s Subs and Mountain Mike’s Pizza.