Otto’s Burger will be opening its third restaurant in Hamburg this May. Occupying some 151 m² of floor space, the new restaurant at Schanzenstrasse 58 in the Sternschanze district offers indoor seating for about 70 people plus a further 12 chairs outdoors.
Daniel MacGowan-von-Holstein founded Otto’s Burger
in March 2014 and already operates two restaurants in Hamburg serving food with regional ingredients. One is located at Grindelhof 33 and the second at Bahrenfelder Strasse 175 in the Ottensen district. Plans are being drafted to open Otto’s Burger restaurants outside Hamburg. The burger chain derives its name from a German chef named Otto Kuase who, according to research conducted by MacGowan-von-Holstein, is said to have invented the Hamburger in 1891.
The building at Schanzenstrasse is managed by GON Verwaltungsgesellschaft für Grundbesitz mbH. Grossmann & Berger, a member of German Property Partners
(GPP), brokered the restaurant space.