I think Revocation’s Dave Davidson is going to have to review this place the next time he’s in Arizona.
Sacred Reich guitarist Wiley Arnett has launched a new business with his partners: a burger restaurant in beautiful Scottsdale, Arizona.
Called Rehab Burger Therapy, the joint was founded on the idea that everyone deserves a break, and the belief that it is actually therapeutic to slow down and celebrate life’s simple pleasures like good music, the company of friends and a delicious burger grilled to your unique specifications.
“You don’t have to be a strung out rock star or jaded gazillionare to benefit from this sort of therapy,” a press release reads.
“If you’re sick of feeling like a statistic and need an escape from corporate restaurant abuse, Rehab Burger Therapy will be your wellness getaway.”
I actually like the name of this restaurant, because let’s face it: No one just likes hamburgers. You either hate ‘em or can’t live without ‘em. I fall into the latter category.
I make my own burgers, actually. Have my own secret recipe and everything. I am a griller. It’s in my blood.
The restaurant is the brainchild of three friends that needed some rehabilitation of their own. Rehab Burger Therapy is a story of fate and convictions that began back in 1994 when Denise Nelson, Ken Likewise and Wiley first met in Scottsdale at a fledgling pizza joint they were recruited to nurture.
Rehab is located in the former home of Bonfire Grill, which closed in January.
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