Mark June 17 on your calendar as the last day to enjoy a juicy bacon cheeseburger at Timbo's. The burger shop announced its last day will be next Friday, after losing their lease on March 31.
The mom-and-pop burger shop owned by Teresa and husband Tim "Timbo" Lang, sits across the way from Stay Golden Social House on Pearl Parkway. The patio bar will also close some time this June and will be turned into a 10-story office building.
Lang was a former employee of Little Hipps where he worked for 27 years before opening Timbo's in the Hill Country as an ode to that shop in 2003. Little Hipps was known as the home of shypoke eggs, "It’s essentially a nacho made to look like a fried egg, but the addition of silky ham and bright tomato takes it to a new level," as described by John Griffin of SavorSA. Once Timbo's closes, Armadillo's will be the lone remaining restaurant to offer the classic San Antonio appetizer.
A limited menu of hamburgers, cheeseburgers, fries and tots will be available for closing day.
1639 Broadway, (210) 223-1028.