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54. Supreme Burger With "Cry and Fries" at BurgerFi

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54. Supreme Burger with "Cry and Fries" at BurgerFi


If you're heading over to your local BurgerFi, you won't find the supreme on the listings at the counter. Instead, it's part of the secret menu available online and by word of mouth. Two Angus burgers are finished on a griddle, topped with American cheese, mushrooms, and hickory-smoked bacon. If you're hungry enough, pair your burger with onion rings and fries for two.

BurgerFi's next location will open by the weekend at 2477 E. Sunrise Blvd. in Fort Lauderdale. The BurgerFi

brand is expanding beyond Florida with franchises set to open this year

in Cary, North Carolina; Austin, Texas; and Raleigh, North Carolina.

Six additional Florida stores also will open with Winter Park, Aventura,

Tampa, Westin, and Naples anticipating locations.

The chain will be featured in this coming week's review, as well as an upcoming How-To slide show during which we'll see how burgers, fries, onion rings, and shakes are made here, start to finish.


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