National Better Burger Concept Continues Rapid Growth Across the United States
West Palm Beach, FL (RestaurantNews.com) BURGERFI, one of the most rapidly-growing, fast-casual restaurant chains in the United States, today announced the opening of two new locations, expanding its presence in Florida and New York.
Situated in Brooklyn Station at 108 Riverside Avenue, Suite 501, BURGERFI has opened its second Jacksonville, Florida location, and 28th location to open in Florida, and the marking the fast-casual chain’s 75th location to open nationwide. The newest opening adds a better burger concept to Downtown Jacksonville’s growing assortment of dining options. The operating hours are 11:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
In addition, BURGERFI recently debuted in Latham, New York. The newest Albany area restaurant is situated at 860 New Loudon Road, and the operating hours are 11:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
BURGERFI is committed to being better in a world of fast food hamburgers. Its “Never Ever Program” means no steroids, antibiotics, growth hormones, chemicals, or additives are ever used. Meanwhile, the diverse menu also includes fresh-cut fries, hand-battered onion rings, Kobe beef hot dogs, a freshly made in-house quinoa VegeFi Burger®, secret sauce, freshly prepared custards, concretes, Coca Colas made with natural cane sugar, craft beer selections, wine and more.
“BURGERFI’s dedication to high-quality food and environmentally friendly best practices provide a winning combination nationwide,” CEO Corey Winograd says. “Customers everywhere are holding restaurants to higher quality standards in their desire for clean and natural food in sustainable, eco-friendly focused restaurants. We, along with our team of valued franchisees, are proud to bring our truly unique product and genuine hospitality to customers in the Jacksonville and Latham communities.”
BURGERFI serves its signature all-natural beef in a hip, environmentally-friendly atmosphere that features chairs made from recycled Coca-Cola bottles, tables made out of compressed recycled wood, and special ceiling fans that use less electricity. BURGERFI maintains a low carbon footprint and conducts strict recycling programs for oil, cardboard, bottles and cans.
BURGERFI reported record-breaking earnings in 2014 and is on track for an even more successful 2015, with plans to add another 30-40 units domestically, and soon to open international locations in Mexico City, Panama and London next year. The chain has also opened non-traditional storefronts in family-friendly venues like Sun Life Stadium, home to the Miami Dolphins, and the CNN Center in Atlanta.
For more information about BURGERFI including menu, locations and franchising opportunities available, please visit www.BURGERFI.com.
To discuss BURGERFI franchise opportunities, contact Daniel Collins at (954) 263-2056 or Dan@BurgerFi.com.
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