Little Big Burger Being Sold to Owners of Hooters

Camden's Catsup will now be served in Hooters restaurants nationwide.


Food & Drink
Local chain Little Big Burger will be local no more.Owners Micah Camden and Katie Poppe are selling little Big Burger to Chanticleer Holdings, the North Carolina Company that owns Hooters, according to the Portland Business Journal. Chanticleer also owns three other localized burger chains, all in the South.As far as we know, Camden still owns Blue Star Donuts, Boxer Ramen, Hop Dog and Son ...   More
Monday, August 3, 2015 by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Restaurant Review: Son of a Biscuit

Food Reviews & Stories
Micah Camden doesn’t lack confidence. Coming off the excellent Boxer Ramen, the restaurateur of Little Big Burger and Blue Star Donuts fame was bullish about Son of a Biscuit, his new fried-   More
Wednesday, August 13, 2014 MARTIN CIZMAR

Punch Out

Micah Camden’s Boxer Ramen delivers quick, hard jabs.

Food Reviews & Stories
Micah Camden’s strategy isn’t much of a mystery. You see it in action at the restaurateur’s most successful venture, Little Big Burger, which has a simple menu built from a small pantry of   More
Wednesday, December 11, 2013 MARTIN CIZMAR

Blue Star Donuts

Food Reviews & Stories
Fried chicken with fancy doughnuts is, apparently, a thing. The combination has taken the East Coast by storm, with four such shops announced in Washington, D.C., alone. But, as best as I can    More
Wednesday, January 16, 2013 MARTIN CIZMAR

Scoop: Christopher Stowell Leaving OBT

Gossip doesn’t dance for doughnuts.

BOWING OUT: Portland’s dance community is still reeling from the news that Christopher Stowell, artistic director for the Oregon Ballet Theatre, will leave the company by Dec. 31. Stowell, hired i   More
Wednesday, December 5, 2012 WW Culture Staff

Little Big Burger Is Open

Food & Drink
Prolific restaurateur Micah Camden has opened his fourth restaurant in as many years in the Pearl. Little Big Burger (122 NW 10th Ave.), his first foray beyond the borders of his foodie fiefdom on Northeast 30th Avenue, serves burgers, fries, floats and beer in cans—and that's it. The menu is small enough to fit comfortably on the A-frame board outside. I tried a cheeseburger ($3.75, pictured above) ...   More
Saturday, September 18, 2010 BEN WATERHOUSE


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