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Red Robin Springs Forward

Red Robin Gourmet Burgers restaurants today introduce the Burnin’ Love Burger, hoping to bring a little winter thaw to tastebuds. The build includes a cayenne-season beef patty, fried jalapeno rings, salsa, pepper-Jack cheese, shredded lettuce and tomato slices. There’s a little more heat punch in the jalapeno-cornmeal-dusted kaiser roll and the chipotle mayo. Red Robin […]

Burger of the Week: Smoke Signals

We’ll forgive Back Yard Burgers’ spelling difficulty with the word “caramelize” in online promotional materials, but only because the chain’s Smoked Gouda Burger looks so good. It has all the bases covered: Angus beef, “spicy aoli mayo” (yes, we’ll forgive that redundanc,  too, but just this once); those carmelized onions and a bakery bun. The other great element […]

BK to Test Ribs, Roll Out Steakhouse Burger, CEO Says

[May 17, 2010: Read about the rib rollout at $8.99 here.] Burger King will extend its “Have it your way” offer to flame-broiled ribs in select markets. During the company’s second quarter (ended 12/31/08) earnings call with analysts yesterday, Chairman-CEO John Chidsey said that the rollout of its new batch broiler throughout North American BK  units will […]

The Top 5 Upscale/Downscale Burger Joints

Chef Govind Armstrong (at l.) duplicated his L.A. hotspot Table 8 in Miami’s Regent Hotel in 2006, and when the original ran out of steam last year, he reengineered it into an upscale burger concept called 8 Oz. Burger. Now Armstrong’s burger shack is making the same cross-country trip: A South Beach satellite of 8 […]

BK’s Smart, Small Thinking

Burger King today took on White Castle, Krystal and other miniburger purveyors with its own snack-size line of  burgers and breakfast sandwiches. New BK Burger Shots–offered in a two-pack for $1.39 or six for $4.09–combine a mini burger patty with mustard, ketchup and pickle slices. The  mini burger two-pack has 220 calories. The morning-meal version, […]

Burgerville Will Test Beer and Wine

Burgerville–the edgy, Vancouver, Wash.-based quick-service burger chain known for its dedication to local ingredients and sassy shakes–reportedly will test beer and wine sales at its Salmon Creek, Wash., location. Customers won’t be toasting until late March at the earliest as the necessary liquor license application will take at least 40 days to be approved, according […]

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