The Garza family, which owns Big Rob’s Burgers on Kirkham Circle in Kyle, has opened a second location known as Big Rob’s Burger Shack at 905 N. Old Hwy. 81, Kyle. The Garzas told Community Impact Newspaper in December that the more centrally located restaurant, which offers counter service, will help the business handle call-in orders and serve customers who live in other parts of Kyle and surrounding communities. 512-262-6285. www.facebook.com/Bigrobsburgershack
Second location of Big Rob's Burgers now open in Kyle
Big Rob's Burger Shack opened March 20.
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