Roger’s Burgers opening in San Bernardino on Thursday

Burbank-based Roger’s Burgers has chosen the Inland Empire — San Bernardino, specifically — to launch its second restaurant.

The new restaurant opens Thursday (July 5).

It’s in the space that was most recently a Mexican food restaurant, but is probably best remembered as the longtime home of the Mad Greek, 591 N. D St.

According to the Roger’s Burgers website, the restaurant will be open 24 hours a day.

In addition to ⅓-pound never-frozen Angus beef burgers, Roger’s menu also offers a selection of salads, sandwiches, and all-day breakfast items.

Vegetarians have a couple of burger options, as Roger’s offers both the Gardenburger and the Impossible Burger.

The website also advertises a 4×4 Wild & Reckless Burger, consisting of four patties, tomato, red onion, mustard, pickles, bacon, chili, cheese and pastrami.

A grand opening celebration will be held at 9 a.m. Tuesday (July 17).

Through the end of July, guests can get $1 off any burger at the San Bernardino location.