Spudbar

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Spudbar
franchise system
IndustryRestaurant
Founded2 March 2000
FounderClayton Thompson[1]
HeadquartersMalvern East, Victoria
Number of locations
21
ProductsBaked potatoes
Websitewww.spudbar.com.au

SpudBAR is an Australian baked potato chain, founded in 2000 in Fitzroy, Victoria. SpudBAR is the largest Australian owned potato franchise with locations in Victoria, Western Australia and Queensland.

SpurBAR currently has 21 active locations across Australia.[2] Its ventures in Western Australia (at Cannington and Joondalup) were unsuccessful, with both stores going out of business.[3]

Menu[edit]

SpudBAR offers a variety of pre-set menu options as well as a create your own option.[4]

SpudBAR's menus is made up of three major sections:

  • Spuds
  • Salads
  • Snacks

SpudBAR offers a variety of different spud, salad and snack options depending on customers dietary options. These include;

  • Vegetarian (v)
  • Dairy free (df)
  • Vegan (vg)

Locations[edit]

Victoria[edit]

  • Westfield Geelong
  • Emporium
  • Bourke Place
  • South Melbourne
  • Chevron
  • Pacific Werribee
  • Little Bourke St.
  • Collins Street
  • Richmond
  • QV Centre Melbourne
  • St. Kilda
  • Frankston Bayside Shopping Centre
  • Westfield Doncaster
  • Ashburton
  • Hawthorn
  • Westfield Southland
  • Eastland Shopping Centre

Western Australia[edit]

  • Fremantle

Queensland[edit]

  • Brisbane
  • Cooladdi
  • Lantown.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Waters, Cara (19 April 2016). "Inside the $1.3 million collapse of Jaffle Jaffle". The Sydney Morning Herald. Fairfax Media. Archived from the original on 20 April 2016.
  2. ^ "SpurBAR Locations".
  3. ^ Sadauskas, Andrew (2 July 2014). "Melbourne's Spudbar taking another bite at the Western Australian market". Archived from the original on 1 May 2016.
  4. ^ "SpudBAR Menu".

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