Public Market Scores Super Duper Burgers Location

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Some great news for Emeryville residents bemoaning the absence of a good burger spot at The Public Market. San Francisco-based burger chain Super Duper Burgers has chosen the Public Market food hall for its latest expansion.

“As an established business that is locally-owned, embraces sustainable values and serve quality food, we feel Super Duper will make a delicious addition to our community of purveyors,” the Public Market noted in a press release issued today.

Super Duper Burgers notes among its mission to serve “fast-food burgers with slow-food values” including the use of humanely raised beef from Brandt Farms. They also note a commitment to working with local designers, sign painters, and other artisans on their store buildouts.

“With Super Duper, Public Market has scored a high quality, locally-owned and operated business that tops best-of lists throughout the Bay Area.” said Public Market’s owner CCRP President and Co-Founder Mark Stefan. “Our customers were asking for a dedicated burger spot and we’ve answered that call with this new tenant,”



This will be the Burger chain’s second location in the inner East Bay with the other being on Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley. In addition to its six SF locations, they have two locations each in the South and North Bay.

“Public Market, with its awesome spirit of community, is a perfect synergy for Super Duper’s next Bay Area location and commitment to becoming the burger of choice in the Bay Area,” said Edmondo Sarti, Owner of Super Duper Burgers. “We’re excited to bring a high-quality product at an affordable price point to Emeryville. Our mission of fast-food burgers with slow food values is something we believe will resonate with one of the hottest spots in the region for restaurateurs.”

The Los Gatos location featured in the above photo showcases the aesthetic of Super Duper.

The 2,600 square foot location will occupy a storefront space facing the recently realigned Shellmound Way adjacent to Paradita Eatery. Like Paradita, Super Duper will be accessible from inside the food hall and the street and offer an outdoor seating space.

The Market’s Food Hall is slowly filling to capacity and the addition of a burger spot will help round out their current lineup that features ramen, barbecue, fried chicken, sandwiches, poke, pizza, tacos, Indian, Peruvian and variety of dessert options. In addition to Super Duper, the market hall has NabiQ (Korean), Pig-in-a-Pickle (BBQ) and The Public Bar in the queue.


Super Duper aims to open its Public Market location before the end of the year. In addition to burgers, Super Duper offers fries, house-made pickles, vegetarian and breakfast options. For a treat, they may their own donuts and organic shakes & soft serve featuring Marin-based Strauss Creamery ice cream.

View their complete menu online.

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  1. After talking to several of the owners Public Market current tenants are already struggling to stay afloat since the latest construction. Hopefully this will attract more people to the place.

  2. There was already a great family burger run at the Public Market. It was there for over 20 years before the current owners destroyed the place and ran out all the great restaurants.

  3. Super Duper burgers in Mill Valley was a special date spot. We were ravenous for the house made pickles, which the place supplies generously and you help yourself. The burgers are delicious and it’s just such a fun retro classic ambiance. Great choice. Not cheap. http://superduperburgers.com

  4. Rumors going around about Public Market that they are nearly putting the current restaurants out of business with all the crazy problems around the place. We heard it’s so bad that several restaurants have been issues 3 day and eviction notices.

  5. Not enough parking to accommodate both the employees and us the customers. Not to mention all the road blocks caused by on going construction. Parking garage is always full with employees vehicles, you end up driving in circles in there for nothing. I miss the good ole days when the movie theater was standing with tons of parking.

  6. Those burgers look great. I can’t wait. I liked Bay burger but I don’t mind paying a bit more for better sourced meat. I don’t eat red meat that often, so it’s worth paying for the good stuff when I do.
    I always find parking in the new garage, but the spots are a little tight..

  7. Don’t they know we have a minimum wage?!?! Lord knows how they’ve been able to have all those locations since those places have minimum wages too!


    Didn’t they used to use Niman ranch and Strauss Creamery? The meat source changed? Did the dairy?

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