Zinburger Wine & Burger Bar to Open at Sawgrass Mills: Now Hiring

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Hungry shoppers will be able to take a much-needed wine and burger break when Zinburger opens at Sawgrass Mills' tony Colonnade Outlets area next month.

The restaurant chain has locations in New York, New Jersey, North Carolina, Virginia, and Georgia and is set to take on South Florida. In addition to the Sawgrass Mills Zinburger, a Boca Raton restaurant is also in the works.

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Like the name suggests, the restaurant will feature burgers and wine. Certified Angus beef patties come standard, and can be upgraded with American Kobe-style beef for an additional $5. Burgers start at &9 for the "plain", with the signature Zinburger featuring Manchego, Zinfandel braised onions, and mayo ($10).

That's the "burger" part. Now, onto the "Zin": 18 different wines by the glass are offered, with priced starting at an affordable $5. In addition to wine, beers and a full cocktail bar are available including a Bacon Bloody ($8), made with bacon-infused vodka.

The restaurant is also hiring for its Sawgrass Mills location and is looking to fill a host of positions including bartender, server, host, dishwasher, line cook, prep cook, and meat grinder.

Interested applicants can apply online or in-person at the restaurant's hiring center, located on the southwest corner of The Colonnade Outlets at Sawgrass Mills between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., Monday through Saturday, through Monday, May 5.

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