Wahlburgers in Cincinnati is now OPEN


Brace yourselves, foodies and Wahlberg family fans alike -- the new Wahlburgers restaurant just a short drive from the Gem City is now open.

The burger chain co-owned by star actor Mark Wahlberg and his brothers -- lifetime boy band heart throb Donnie Wahlberg and chef Paul Wahlberg -- added a new location at the corner of 6th and Main Streets in Cincinnati, according to the Downtown Cincinnati Facebook page.

According to a Facebook post, the restaurant is now open:

>> Mark Wahlberg’s Wahlburgers restaurant coming to Cleveland

Speculation piqued when the namesake for Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse tweeted a photo of himself and Mark Wahlberg posing at his downtown Cincinnati restaurant on Aug. 28. 

This is Wahlburgers’ second Ohio location, with a restaurant opening in Cleveland this past May. 

Paul Wahlberg founded the chain in 2011, specializing in fresh burgers, sandwiches, sides and salads. A reality series showing a behind-the-scenes perspective of the family and their chain premiered on the A&E Network in 2014.

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Wahlburgers currently has nine locations with commitments to expand to 118 nationwide.


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