Wayback Burgers coming to Westborough


Westborough’s Arts in Common event will take place at the Bay State Common in Westborough. Photo/Laura Hayes
(Photo/Laura Hayes)

WESTBOROUGH – A new burger joint is coming to town.

Wayback Burgers, based in Cheshire, Conn., has announced that it has signed a lease for 600 Union Street. 

Wayback currently operates 166 restaurants in 35 states and overseas. This will be the second location in Massachusetts. Both franchises will be owned and operated by Dario DiPietrantonio.

We are thrilled to continue the expansion of Wayback Burgers in Massachusetts with the lease signing of our Westborough restaurant,” said President of Wayback Burgers Patrick Conlin. “As with every franchisee who joins the Wayback Burgers family, our hope is they continue to flourish within our organization by opening additional restaurants.” 

Conlin said that DiPietrantonio and his family have been “excellent partners who are incredibly passionate about the brand.” 

“We look forward to celebrating their continued success as they open their second location,” Conlin said. 

There is currently a restaurant in Worcester on Tobias Boland Way. 

“My family and I are excited to bring the Wayback Burgers dining experience to Westborough,” said DiPietrantonio. “After positive community response following the opening of our location in Worcester, we knew a second restaurant was something we wanted to pursue.”

DiPietrantonio joined in 2013, and he said the brand has been “incredibly supportive.”

We look forward to sharing Wayback Burgers with the Westborough community very soon.”

Wayback Burgers offers a variety of cooked-to-order burgers available along with cheesesteaks, crispy and grilled chicken sandwiches, veggie burgers, Impossible Burgers, chicken tenders, fresh salads and sides, including fries, tater tots, onion rings and mac and cheese bites. 

There will also be milkshakes with Blue Bunny ice cream and milk.

The new 1,608-square-foot Wayback Burgers will offer a kitchen that is visible through glass windows and a pass-through so that customers can watch as their food is prepared. The restaurant, which is scheduled to open in early 2023, is projected to add 30 jobs.

For information, visit WaybackBurgers.com.