McDonald’s Testing Clubhouse Quarter Pounder in Florida

The newest creation combines a burger with a club sandwich

The burger will be available until early October.

If you happen to live in Broward, Miami-Dade, or Monroe counties in Florida, you have the opportunity to be one of the first in the country to sample a brand-new offering from the fast-food mega-chain: a Clubhouse Quarter Pounder.

The burger, which sells for $4.79, according to, places the quarter-pound patty on a new soft, warm, shiny "artisan" bun, and tops it with caramelized grilled onions, applewood-smoked bacon, white Cheddar, leaf lettuce, tomato, and a special sauce. It appears to be the next version of the previously tested "Clubhouse Angus," which was essentially the same except for the use of a crusty, sesame seed-topped bun. The Angus line was discontinued earlier this year.

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The burger will be available until early October, so drop by soon if you’re looking to sample one. If it performs well, it will most likely soon join the existing roster of three new quarter-pounders: the Bacon Habanero Ranch, the Deluxe Quarter Pounder, and the Quarter Pounder Bacon and Cheese.