Source: Sherman Publications

Halo Burger now open

by Andrea Beaudoin

June 26, 2013

Halo Burger kickstarted the summer on May 8 when they opened their first location in Oakland County at 6325 Sashabaw Road in Clarkston.

The Clarkston location is one of six new Halo Burger's to open in Oakland County in 2013.

Halo Burger’s Director of Marketing Polly Dortch-Conlan told The Clarkston News, the company is excited to be a part of the community.

She added the chain is looking forward to sponsoring local events and organizations like the Clarkston River Dawgs, Clarkston Classic youth baseball tournament, local golf outings and community fun runs.

“We really want to be entrenched in the community, and support what’s going on,” said Dortch-Conlan.

Customers can choose from a variety of items on the menu like fresh salads, desserts, shakes, malts, side orders and premium toppings for burgers.

Goodies like chicken strips, Vernors floats made with hand-dipped ice cream and premium breads and cheese for burgers are also available to diners.

Halo Burger serves up many specialty burgers including the Original Olive Burger, BLT Cheddar Burger, Hula Burger, Halopeno Burger, Thai Burger, Marsala Brie and many more.

“Customers can get classic items and burgers or specialty burgers like the Olive Burger anytime,” said Clarkston location manager Simone Leslie.

Leslie added a grand opening event is being planned for the near future.

All Halo Burger locations offer free Wi-Fi to customers. They are open Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m.-10 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. - 11 p.m., and Sunday, 11 a.m. - 9 p.m.

The family owned and operated establishment opened the first Halo Burger in Flint in 1923, and has now grown to include 12 locations across the state. The chain serves fresh, never frozen, 100 percent premium beef made to order. Halo Burger is on on Facebook at facebook.com/haloburgerfans.