Jesse James may be putting up his flagship West Coast Choppers business for sale as RadarOnline.com exclusively reported, but that doesn’t mean he’s giving up on all of his California-based endeavors.
Despite moving to Texas earlier this summer, James is looking to expand his restaurant, RadarOnline.com has learned.
Cisco Burger, James’ old-school hamburger stand “with a modern, eco-friendly philosophy,” continues to thrive.
On a recent weekday, the Long Beach-located joint was packed during lunch hour.
A source confirmed to RadarOnline.com that James is considering expanding to other locations, even in other states.
Meanwhile, at nearby West Coat Choppers, the prices of all the current in-house merchandise has been slashed to prepare for its closing. Since James is already working out of a new business in Texas — the Austin Speed Shop — it is unlikely there will be a revival of West Coast Choppers.
RadarOnline.com reported exclusively that the 11,500 square foot space was placed on the market for $1,599,000 on December 2.