The big question for Kuma’s Corner, home of our city’s most lauded (and loudest) burgers, has been when — not if — they’ll expand beyond their Avondale location. Waiting two hours for their pretzel-rolled monstrosities calls for such queries. Well, it’s coming, and owner Mike Cain said there’s a 75 percent or better chance Kuma’s will have a second location by this time next year. Only it might not necessarily be another burger joint.“I just think we can use more BBQ in the city,” Cain told The Stew Friday. “I’m also looking at Southern foods. Fried chicken, collard greens, sweet potato pies.”Cain, a ribs aficionado, said no location has been set yet, though he’s got his eyes on a few spots. Cain also spoke of expanding Kuma’s burgers to other cities, such as Milwaukee, Pittsburgh and other “working man cities,” as he called them. For now, Cain is focused on Kuma’s 5th anniversary party on July 10, in which he’ll shut down Francisco Avenue, where 10 metal bands will have the stage. It’s free to the public.