Matty G’s to Open Second Gilbert Restaurant

The popular sports-themed burger joint is in the liquor licensing phase for a new space on S. Gilbert Road.
Matty G’s to Open Second Gilbert Restaurant
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Coming soon to 3605 S. Gilbert Road, Suite 103, in Gilbert is a brand new Matty G’s Steakburgers and Spirits, the popular burger joint whose origins are similar in manner to “the leap of faith that inspired Ray Kinsella to carve the first baseball diamond out of a corn field in Iowa,” or so claims the eatery’s website, anyway.

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Matty G’s, established in 2016 by Matt Gorman, is already well on its way to six locations, five of which can be found in The Valley. The newest location, the second to open in Gilbert, is currently in the liquor licensing phase, as indicated by documents obtained by What Now Phoenix. The license application is currently pending, and a council date is scheduled for November 16th.

If you haven’t stopped into this sports-crazed establishment, it’s something worth adding to your bucket list. The menu offers no shortage of affordable steakburgers and sandwiches to choose from, like the Monsters of the Midway, a creation of grilled pastrami, swiss cheese, grilled onions, Matty G’s fry sauce, and pickles, all atop a single steakbuger patty. Or perhaps if you’re a tad more peckish, you might go for the Texas Ranger, which comes with not one, not two, but three steakburger patties, four varieties of cheese (including ghost pepper), onions, and that special fry sauce on Texas Toast.

According to Matty G’s website, the new Gilbert location is “coming soon.” Keep an eye on the eatery’s social media for updates.

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Eve Payne

Eve Payne is a freelance writer with an MFA in poetry from Syracuse University. In 2019, she received the Leonard Brown Prize for her poetry, which has appeared or is forthcoming in Colorado Review, The Adroit Journal, Nashville Review, and RHINO.
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