Austin-based burger stand P. Terry's is planning to open its second Greater Houston-area location in Spring, according to a filing with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. The one-story, 2,600-square-foot restaurant will feature a double drive-thru.

On the menu

P. Terry's offers a menu of hamburgers, chicken burgers and veggie burgers, as well as egg burgers for breakfast, which is served until 11 a.m. daily. Burgers can also be customized with add-ons including bacon, jalapenos, pickles, onions and cheese.

What's special about it?

Per the company's website, P. Terry's emphasizes the use of fresh, quality ingredients, such as 100% Black Angus beef without hormones and antibiotics, hand-cut Idaho Burbank potatoes cooked only in canola oil, hand-spun milkshakes, and lemonade and orange juice made from freshly squeezed citrus.

The timeline

Construction on the Spring location began in January and is expected to wrap up by Oct. 24, according to the TDLR filing. A projected opening date had not been announced as of press time.

Some context

According to the P. Terry's website, the burger stand was founded in Austin in 2005 and has since grown to more than 30 locations across Austin and San Antonio. As previously reported by Community Impact, P. Terry's officials announced plans in April 2023 to open two locations in the Greater Houston-area in 2024. The first location—set to open at 9207 FM 723, Richmond this fall—was announced in February.