When you turn cheeseburgers into Wisconsin Cheeseburgers, you’re not just adding extra flavor, you’re adding the prestige of award-winning quality. Quality your customers will pay a premium for.
Click HERE to visit the Wisconsin Cheese Burger page and get the recipe for the Juicy Lucy Sliders with Wisconsin Provolone and Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto shown below!
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Some clever people work for burger joints, and not all of them are in the kitchen. As burger-centric restaurants have become more sophisticated, the look and feel have followed suit. Names have become more playful. And logos have become more stylish, more memorable. A good logo should say more than “We serve burgers.” It should communicate a bit of the flavor of the concept and signal the creative culture. To qualify for this list of burger logos, a restaurant had to have the word “burger” (“brgr” counts) in its name (if you’re a burger restaurant, wear it with pride) and the concept could have no more than five locations (i.e no chains). This is the BurgerBusiness.com list; no doubt yours is different. Perhaps your list includes the logo for your burger joint. If so, or if you just know of a great one, feel free to send it to BurgerBusinessBlog@gmail.com. Everyone loves a good sequel.
BareBurger, New York City: There are so many B's going on here--burger, bear, beer, bike--that you have to love it.
Beyond Burger, Texas City, TX: Simple but elegant; nice use of the burgers for "e." Black and white is distinctive.
Bluegrass Burgers, Louisville, KY: The double-B brand mark in the center sold me. Good colors.
brb - Be Right Burger, Reston, VA: Goofy, cheery, orange: You have to smile.
brgr, New York City: Points for resisting using a burger; you can almost taste it anyway.
Bucu Burger Bar & Bakery, Paramus, NJ: Half burger, half cupcake, get it? Not sure they go together, but the logo works.
The March Burger of the Month at Burgerhaus in Indianapolis is The Dublin. The build starts with a custom-ground beef burger patty and adds roasted sliced potatoes & tomatoes, locally sourced jowl bacon, imported Dubliner cheese, a smoky Guinness-reduction sauce, Irish pickled cabbage and scallions, all on our pretzel roll and served with onion rings.
To see the full list of March's Burger of the Month specials around the globe, click Burgers of the Month .