Grease Burger Bar to be Featured on Food Paradise, Hosts Viewing Party

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Do you love burgers? Wait, that's a stupid question. Of course you do. And so does The Travel Channel's Food Paradise, which selected one of chef Jordan Stilley's hand-made burgers from the menu at Grease Burger Bar as part of a special feature segment they filmed for the show.

One of the West Palm Beach restaurant's specialty burgers will be featured in the segment known as "Hamburger Paradise 3," which will be airing this week. But to find out which one it is, fans will have to tune in -- or stop by Grease for the special viewing party tonight.

To celebrate, Grease Burger, Beer & Whiskey Bar is hosting a viewing party on Tuesday, July 29 at 10 p.m. in celebration of their appearance on Food Paradise, which showcases some of the tastiest and most decadent eats found across the United States.

Regulars might even spot themselves in the segment. At the party, guests can enjoy the same burgers featured onscreen alongside $4 Tito's vodka drinks. To find out which of Grease's 18 burgers made the Food Paradise cut, head over the restaurant with the rest of the Big Time Restaurants family, or tune in at home on July 29 at 10 p.m.

Grease Burger, Beer & Whiskey Bar is located at 213 Clematis Street in West Palm Beach. Call 561-651-1075, or visit www.GreaseWPB.com.

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