From the staunchest carnivores to die-hard vegetarians: Everyone loves a burger.
Even with the influx of gourmet burger shops over the past few years, the ground meat -- or vegetable -- patty sandwich doesn't seem to be losing popularity.
Unfortunately, with the rise in popularity came a rise in price. It's almost impossible to find a decent version for less than $12 -- and that's a steal itself.
To keep burger fiends -- and cubicle inhabitants -- happy, Relish has rolled out a new $10 lunch menu that is quick, easy, and, of course, inexpensive.
Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., the Northwood Village spot is offering a selection of sandwiches with one choice of more than 20 relishes and a side ($.50 extra for sweet potato fries and onion strings) for just $10.
The menu includes old favorites and new options including chorizo sausage, Italian sausage, turkey burger, black bean burger, bratwurst sausage, chicken sausage, beef burger, and tilapia burger.
"The business crowd enjoys getting out of the office for a bit and taking breaks with friends and coworkers, especially during the summer. With a lower price point and more selection, they can visit us more often," said Desiree Tobin, who co-owns Relish with her husband, Dan. "This is also why we have a 'no tipping' policy printed on the bottom of each receipt."
To make lunch breaks quicker and stress-free, Relish encourages guests to place orders before leaving the office, for takeout and eat-in orders.
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