BnD’z Burgerz And Dogz Opens Second Store In Mt. Lebanon, PA


PITTSBURGH ­– The South Park, Pa. born and raised restaurant, BnD’z Burgerz And Dogz, opened their second location in Mt. Lebanon, Pa. at 663 Washington Road.

The fast casual restaurant brand debuted its flagship location at 4120 Brownsville Road in Oct. 2012. Since then, Owner Doug Baros, a self-proclaimed lover of burgers and hot dogs, has made it his mission to serve the all American classics without the negative health concerns of meat that’s been processed and tainted with additives and preservatives.

“We’re real excited to expand into new locations and continue to grow the brand,” Baros said, “Being able to give more and more people easy accessibility to our hormone-free, antibiotic-free, grass-fed meat is our mission.”

BnD’z serves everything on their menu fresh, without the side of guilt. The menu is built around all-natural, hormone-free, grass-fed beef, 100% kosher hot dogs, grass-fed bison burgers, veggie burgers and lean, all-natural ground chicken. All of BnD’z sandwiches also come with the option of gluten-free and multigrain buns, both of which are locally-sourced and served up fresh. BnD’z is proud to accommodate patrons who follow a gluten-free diet with a separate fryer to prevent cross contamination.

The new location serves the same crowd-favorite menu items as its forerunner in South Park, including the BBQ Bacon and Buffalo Cheddar Burger, the Stuffed Cheese and Bacon Dog, and BnD’z famous Mac ‘n Cheese — served both as a standalone side item and as a much-loved topping for the burgers and dogs.

Customers can also use BnD’z Create Your Own Masterpiece menu to hand select their personal sandwich preferences of bun, meat, seasoning, sauce, and toppings, and then, watch as the open kitchen gets to work on their masterpiece right in front of their eyes.

Both BnD’z locations are BYOB, and the Mt. Lebanon location is in the process of adding gourmet milkshakes, made with organic milk, to the menu.

The BnD’z brand is also in the process of expanding to a third location in Washington, PA, located right off of Racetrack Road on U.S. Rt. 19 in the new Park Place developments. Baros is projecting a March open date.

For more information on the BnD’z menu and mission, see


For more information, contact:
Doug Baros
Phone: (412) 207-2234

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