Fat Brands Inc., which owns cult burger chain Fatburger, files for its calorie-filled IPO today. Fat Brands plans to raise $24 million, offering 2 million shares at $12 each, according to BusinessWire.
It should come as no surprise that Fat Brands plans to list on the Nasdaq with the ticker " (FAT) ." We took a look at Fatburger's menu and beyond becoming increasingly hungry with each post on Facebook's (FB) Instagram, we came to the conclusion that Fatburger more than deserves its namesake.
In addition to offering add-ons ranging from egg to onion rings to the standard cheeseburger with all the fixings, Fatburger throws portion control completely out the window. Its burgers range in size from from small to XXXL, and can be topped off with an order of "Fat Fries" and an Oreo milkshake.
Should Shake Shack (SHAK) and Five Guys be worried?
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Editors' pick: Originally published Sept. 8.