|Photo by Dustin Ames|
|Did we mention that view?|
There is something about a shiny, new restaurant that draws folks in. Already established in Ladera Ranch, the group behind BLK Burgrz scored a coveted space off Pacific Coast Highway in Huntington Beach. Bigger digs meant an expanded menu and design makeover. However, one thing that remained the same was the staff. Atypical of most changeovers, Jamie Fischer isn't your typical businessman. This week, we learn more about what makes his business acumen akin to Midas' golden touch.
Okay, how do you pronounce the name? Is it an acronym or abbreviation? And what's the difference between the two BLKs?
Most people pronounce it "B-L-K", but it is an abbreviation for black, which is the color of the highest quality line of American Wagyu and Kobe beef in the cattle industry. This is our specialty, in both steaks and hamburgers, and we always have our certificates from Japan available in case someone asks where our beef comes from.
BLK Burgrz (in Ladera Ranch) focuses on American Wagyu and Kobe beef burgers, where customers can order a signature or stuffed burger, or create their own unique burger. Then there are salads and a few other items on the menu, like Mary's chicken, filet tip kabobs and grilled salmon.
At BLK Earth Sea Spirits, we've elevated the BLK brand and experience. The focus is on steak, seafood and poultry, but we also have the great hamburgers and sliders made popular at BLK Burgrz, as well as a variety of starters, lobster mac n cheese and terrific salads. And, of course at BLK Earth Sea Spirits, we have one of the largest patios in the area with an unbeatable ocean view. More »