About Triple O's Restaurants
Meet Our Cousin, White Spot
Triple O's Asia
White Spot First Opened
Nat Bailey transformed his 1918 Model T into a traveling lunch counter which he set up at Vancouver’s Lookout Point. This counter evolved into the first White Spot restaurant located at 67th and Granville Street in Vancouver.
Nat Bailey shook hands with a local farmer in Delta BC, to grow our Kennebec Potatoes – the same potatoes we serve at Triple O’s to this day.
Opening of Triple O's
Triple O’s, named after White Spot’s secret sauce, opened their first location ever on Robson Street in Vancouver. Bringing beloved White Spot burgers, fries and hand-scooped milkshakes to even more guests.
Expanding to Asia
Triple O’s expanded internationally with the first restaurant opening in Hong Kong!
On the Go
Triple O’s launched it’s “On the Go” mobile food truck brining a taste like no other to guests in their 30-foot mobile restaurant.
Supporting Our Community
Triple O’s donated over 5,000 burgers to healthcare workers amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Triple O's in Ontario
Triple O’s expanded to Ontario and brought their award-winning burgers, Kennebec fries and delicious hand-scooped milkshakes to even more Canadians with the first Triple O’s opening in Mississauga.
A Taste Like No Other
Triple O’s turns 25 and continues to open more locations across Canada to bring their triple advantage (fresh quality ingredients, a unique like-no-other-taste, and a dedication to making every burger, fry and shake the best) to even more guests.