Match Burger Lobster in Westport features a burger made with a blend of beef chuck, shoulder, short ribs, and brisket, procured from Fleishers Craft Butchery, right next door to the restaurant.

If you ask Chef Matt Storch to describe Match Burger Lobster, he would say, “refined roadside shack.”

The restaurant is the latest culinary venture he just opened with co-owners Susan McConnell, Jason Wojnarowski, and the Bloom family (Norm Bloom and Son, owners of Copps Island Oysters in Norwalk) at 580 Riverside Ave. in Westport.

Chef Matt Storch, shown here, describes his latest restaurant venture, Match Burger Lobster in Westport, as “refined roadside shack.”

The down-to-earth chef with a knack for giving the people what they never even knew they wanted already owns SoNo’s Match and Nom-Eez (think Vietnamese with a side of donut) in Bridgeport, and now, Storch has launched a restaurant that serves what just might be the perfect and aptly named “Match Burger: — a patty comprising chuck, round, short ribs, and brisket (a blend of 80% meat and 20% fat, provided by Fleishers Craft Butchery, the custom butcher shop located right next door to the restaurant), then soaked in melted butter, next charbroiled, and finally covered in a cheddar cheese and crispy bacon bits sauce and topped with sweet and sour caramelized onions, all served on a sesame seed-studded brioche bun.

Is your mouth watering yet?

“I’ve always loved local summer drive-up roadside shacks, and decided to start serving a single type of burger at Match on Thursday evenings,” Storch recalls, “just 36 burgers each night, all made the same way, and they always sold out.”

The chef knew he was onto something, and purchased the building space adjacent to Fleishers Craft Butchery (which has additional locations in Greenwich, Park Slope, and the Upper East Side in N.Y.) to open Match Burger Lobster, with plans to procure the meat for his burgers and other menu items from the butcher shop.

“It seemed like the perfect match,” Storch says, “for me to work with Fleishers, whose locally sourced, pasture raised, grass-fed beef, which contains no hormones or antibiotics, would help make for the perfect burger.”

Rich Sastre, manager for Fleishers Craft Butchery in Westport, adds, “We wanted to align ourselves with a company that places value on locally sourced items, and Matt was an obvious choice.”

Sam Garwin, Fleishers Craft Butchery butcher and CEO, has her hands full with a beef round.

Match Burger Lobster offers not just the aforementioned burger (smaller and plainer renditions are available, as well) but also lobster rolls, whole lobsters, fried oysters, foot-long hot dogs (also from Fleishers), french fries, onion rings, beer, wine, and some of the most decadent desserts you can imagine, beginning with a simple brownie sundae and ending with donut slushies. Yes, you heard that right, donut slushies.

The restaurant offers several donut-based desserts, such as the slushies, which comprise a blend of  donuts and milk, and “donuts holes with a twist,” as Storch refers to them, which involve donut holes and sweet concoction-filled syringes — with which diners can use to fill the donut holes themselves.

The new restaurant, with its red and black interior featuring kitschy salt water buoys, lobster traps, and, not surprisingly, cow motifs — including a large neon heifer —  is designed so that customers can easily walk through the connection between Match Burger Lobster, which is open 7 days a week, and Fleishers Craft Butchery, and also dine inside or out.

And for his next trick? “You might just see a burger/lobster combo with foie gras and black truffles appear on the menu,” Storch concludes. Who knows where his imagination will take him?

For more info, visit matchburgerlobster.com or call 203-557-8800.