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A new burger & shake shop opened in this beloved bygone restaurant

A new burger & shake shop opened in this beloved bygone restaurant

Sav McKee

Name a better trio than a cheeseburger, fries, and a chocolate milkshake. While this might be the ultimate combo, it’s rare to find a local joint making it for you, and one of the places that did, closed up their shop last year, forcing a lot of people to opt for fast-food.

But Mary and Anselmo Morales are here to save the day. They recently opened a small shop, called Seven 4 Zero, at 470 S. Main St. in Granville, OH, in the same building that once housed KnuckleHeads. KnuckleHeads, another burger and shakes shop, closed in 2022, devastating the Granville community and leaving an ice cream cone shaped hole in their hearts.


Seven 4 Zero’s menu may appear simple at first glance. But the crispy chicken tenders you order are made completely from scratch, with a homemade “Zero Fox” signature sauce. And the burgers are served on soft, grilled buns, alongside crispy fries. 

This no-frills shop also serves ice cream cones, shakes, and sundaes, keeping true to the traditional frozen options that KnuckleHeads once served to the community.

While this is essentially a brand-new shop, the reviews are in: people are loving this casual and convenient option in Granville. One review said, “Very quick, and yummy food! Anselmo (owner) knows exactly what Granville needed. Got a cheeseburger, fries, and a coke! Food was delicious! Will continue to go!!”

The shop is open 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., Mondays through Saturdays for now (hours could change in the summer!).

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