You know Donnie Wahlburg from New Kids on the Block.  You know Mark Wahlburg as famous Hollywood actor.  And, you should know Paul Wahlburg as famous Chef and co-owner of Wahlburgers. In fact, all three brothers are co-owners of Wahlburgers. The first Wahlburger opened up in 2011 in Hingham, Massachusetts. It's basically a famous BURGER joint with 49 locations and a new one opening up close to Midland Odessa.

NEW WAHLBURGERS TO OPEN UP AT INN OF THE MOUNTAIN GODS

Inn of the Mountain Gods located in Mescalero, NM and just announced on their Facebook page that they will be including a WHALBURGERS. Yet, another awesome reason to visit Inn Of The Mountain Gods!

IT WILL BE OPENING THIS SUMMER 2022!

Set to open this June, Whalburgers will be part of  'The Market At The Mountain' which will also include...

  • Scouts Corner Bar
  • Samurai Sam's Teriyaki Grill
  • Warshield Tacos
  • Sbarro
  • Carrizo Canyon Coffee House
  • Chipper and Bandit Arcade!

THIS WILL BE THE CLOSEST WAHLBURGERS TO THE PERMIAN BASIN

Texas does have 1 Wahlburger location in Texas in Frisco. That location is 5 hours and 20 minutes away from Midland Odessa. This Inn of the Mountain Gods locations will be the first for New Mexico and will be 4 hours away.

WAHLBURGERS MENU HAS MORE THAN BURGERS!

Checking out the Wahlburger menu on their official website, here are some featured items...

  • Spicy Cheese
  • Bacon Tots
  • The OUR Burger
  • The Fiesta Burger
  • The Super Melt
  • The Impossible Burger
  • Housemade Chili
  • Bacon Mac n Cheese
  • Crispy Chicken Ranch Sandwich
  • and MORE!

WAHLBUGERS REALITY SHOW HELPED PUT THEM ON THE MAP

In 2014, due to the success of the restaurant, the reality show Wahlburgers kicked off and ran for 10 seasons till 2019.

There are so many reasons to visit Inn Of The Mountain Gods and now there is another. Time to plan a road trip this summer.

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