BurgerFi Opens Newest Location at CityPlace

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BurgerFi, the fast-casual restaurant that serves all-natural Angus beef burgers, hot dogs, fries, and cold craft beer has our hearts and stomachs.

After all, any burger joint that shares their "secret menu" freely and has an average dinner check of about $12 (that includes a burger, fries, and drink) is OK in our book.

See also: Five Most Outrageous Burgers in Broward County

So, if you're craving a hippie veggie burger (two grilled quinoa burger patties on a potato bun with a side of neon relish), a Breakfast All Day Burger (natural Angus burger patty with American cheese, hickory bacon drizzled with maple syrup, fried egg,

hash browns, grilled diced onions, and ketchup), or you're a purist who simply wants a classic cheeseburger, you're in luck because BurgerFi CityPlace is now open for business.

The restaurant, conveniently located just below LA Fitness (because where else can you reward yourself after that intense Zumba class), is now serving all your favorite BurgerFi classics.

The restaurant also has a good supply of craft beers, including Fat Tire and Funky Buddha Floridian available.

There's also free parking for the first hour at CityPlace garages (enough time to grab a quick lunch or dinner), and CityPlace employees receive a 10 percent discount.

BurgerFi CityPlace is open Sunday - Thursday from 11 a.m. - 11 p.m.; Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. - midnight.

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