Crazy Good Burger Closed, what happen...

Crazy Good Burger Closed, what happened??

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Hongrey

Piedmont, SC

#1 Jun 24, 2014
They posted on Facebook a couple of days ago they were closing up shop, what happened? I loved their burgers, and looking at that fine Corbin ;)
Miss crazy

Morristown, TN

#2 Jun 24, 2014
I have no info. Just guessing lack of business due to the price point. Its just hard to convince people to spend 11 bucks to sit in their car and eat a burger when you can sit in a nice cool restaurant if you are going to spend that money. Especially in motown. I wish them best of luck in future endeavors. Their burgers were delish!
really

Morristown, TN

#3 Jun 24, 2014
Miss crazy wrote:
I have no info. Just guessing lack of business due to the price point. Its just hard to convince people to spend 11 bucks to sit in their car and eat a burger when you can sit in a nice cool restaurant if you are going to spend that money. Especially in motown. I wish them best of luck in future endeavors. Their burgers were delish!
Why would you sit in your car to eat?

When you use a drive-thru at any other restaurant do you then pull into a parking space and eat in your car? It's to take home, silly.
Curb service

United States

#4 Jun 24, 2014
Many people here trashed it, just like they do every bussiness, don't know if that had anything to do with but Morristown topix hates small bussiness.
WHAT

Morristown, TN

#5 Jun 24, 2014
Man! I love them and am so sad they will be closing. CORBIN!!! We still need Crazy Good Burger!
Ronch Mills

Athens, TN

#6 Jun 24, 2014
Unfortunately, the burgers we're good but not awesome imo. When you have as much competition as they did, you have to bring it in spades in order to make it. A place like that has to be the best burger in town or you just don't open until you do.
Customer

United States

#7 Jun 24, 2014
Ronch Mills wrote:
Unfortunately, the burgers we're good but not awesome imo. When you have as much competition as they did, you have to bring it in spades in order to make it. A place like that has to be the best burger in town or you just don't open until you do.
Seriously ? Another CGB thread ? Leave them alone all if the horrible posts on Topix didn't give them a great start , I'm surprised they stayed in business as long as they did . Seems that people get thrills out of destroying businesses in Morristown on topix. I'll miss the CGB I thought they were different.
Ronch Mills

Arden, NC

#8 Jun 24, 2014
Customer wrote:
<quoted text> Seriously ? Another CGB thread ? Leave them alone all if the horrible posts on Topix didn't give them a great start , I'm surprised they stayed in business as long as they did . Seems that people get thrills out of destroying businesses in Morristown on topix. I'll miss the CGB I thought they were different.
I doubt their failure had anything to do with Topix. They failed because of a bad business plan, under funding, or personal reasons. There are many reasons business fail. I personally hoped they would make it by improving the quality of their product and providing another choice for that end of town. More competition helps keep them all honest. I was just stating a fact & hopefully someone can come back with something similar and be successful next time.
Miss crazy

Morristown, TN

#9 Jun 25, 2014
really wrote:
<quoted text>Why would you sit in your car to eat?
When you use a drive-thru at any other restaurant do you then pull into a parking space and eat in your car? It's to take home, silly.
Well no. If I am going by there for lunch I'm going to eat in the car. Kinda silly to drive all the way home and then back to work. That kind of defeats the purpose of stopping somewhere to eat for lunch, silly.
sayWHAT

Morristown, TN

#10 Jun 25, 2014
Its a shame they closed. In the beginning they were SOOO good! My fave was the jalapeno swiss. CGB made it through the fire, and then all the other food trucks/trailers popping up. Sad to see you go CGB.
Joe Kerr

Morristown, TN

#11 Jun 27, 2014
I hate that for Corbin! He's crazy, but a real nice fellow.
tommysmom

Morristown, TN

#12 Jun 27, 2014
Corbin. I will miss your Swiss mushroom burger,Maybe after you think about this... you will come back. Better than ever!! I hope so. I will miss you my young friend.Good luck in the future.
Customer

United States

#13 Jun 27, 2014
CGB was the very best burger in town , I hope that they are continuing the food truck venture on the road traveling to more appreciative clientele that they will cater local fresh product to area fairs, concerts , fund raisers , etc etc etc.
Matty

Morristown, TN

#14 Jun 27, 2014
See Ya Guys It Was Fun But NOT Real Fun Too Expensive
Christian

Morristown, TN

#15 Jun 28, 2014
I don't know why they went out of business. It doesn't necessarily have to be because of money. Maybe he just decided that it wasn't worth all the hours and work he had to put into it to keep it going. Maybe Corbin has a better business idea that he's working on.

Either way, the food wasn't overpriced. Sure, it's hard to afford it if you work a minimum wage job. If you can't spend $10-12 for a meal once a week then I feel so sad for you. Get a better job.

I think the food could have been a little better. I liked that it was always fresh but their fries weren't very good and the burger really wasn't any better than a Big Pal is. I hated to see them go out of business. I hope they find what they are looking for in another venture and don't give up.
Just Checking

Morristown, TN

#16 Jun 28, 2014
Christian wrote:
I don't know why they went out of business. It doesn't necessarily have to be because of money. Maybe he just decided that it wasn't worth all the hours and work he had to put into it to keep it going. Maybe Corbin has a better business idea that he's working on.
Either way, the food wasn't overpriced. Sure, it's hard to afford it if you work a minimum wage job. If you can't spend $10-12 for a meal once a week then I feel so sad for you. Get a better job.
I think the food could have been a little better. I liked that it was always fresh but their fries weren't very good and the burger really wasn't any better than a Big Pal is. I hated to see them go out of business. I hope they find what they are looking for in another venture and don't give up.
If and when you spend more than the average for fast food, you want to eat it in comfort. The weather and location probably hurt as much as the price point, I don't know Corbin but I hope he will find a way to support his family.
Matty

Morristown, TN

#17 Jun 28, 2014
Christian wrote:
I don't know why they went out of business. It doesn't necessarily have to be because of money. Maybe he just decided that it wasn't worth all the hours and work he had to put into it to keep it going. Maybe Corbin has a better business idea that he's working on.
Either way, the food wasn't overpriced. Sure, it's hard to afford it if you work a minimum wage job. If you can't spend $10-12 for a meal once a week then I feel so sad for you. Get a better job.
I think the food could have been a little better. I liked that it was always fresh but their fries weren't very good and the burger really wasn't any better than a Big Pal is. I hated to see them go out of business. I hope they find what they are looking for in another venture and don't give up.
Yeah..If I pay 12 bucks from a taco truck and sit in the hot sun I am the dumb one. For 12 bucks I can chill up on applebees. That is why they did not succeed..it was the price.
sad but true

Whitesburg, TN

#18 Jun 30, 2014
It was 100% the price. Anyone who says otherwise just does not know business. Period.
Paying

Morristown, TN

#19 Jun 30, 2014
Well I believe people need and explanation of closing... Remember the fire? Begging for $ donations to fix the truck, those people need answers! I never went back to them after they asked the public for $, there is way to many people out there that need help other than a business.
hastaluego

Morristown, TN

#20 Jun 30, 2014
About time! Their food and attitudes sucked from the very beginning, how they lasted as long as they did is a miracle. buh-bye.

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