BurgerFi, a rapidly expanding network of burger restaurants renowned for its premium ingredients, restaurant innovation, and several awards in the fast-casual sector, has introduced a brand-new, limited-time burger that is loaded with cheese.
Starting today through September 19, BurgerFi will sell a new Juicy Lucy Burger with two natural Angus beef patties, white cheddar, American, and Pepper Jack cheeses, sweet tomato relish, and BurgerFi's distinctive Fi sauce on a toasted potato bun.
The new burger, according to the business, is an adaptation of the well-known "Jucy Lucy," a burger with cheese inside that was created in South Minneapolis in the 1950s.
BurgerFi's antibiotic-free Angus beef, a component that has earned it a "A" grade in beef quality assessments for three straight years, is the crucial differential, though.
BurgerFi's president remarked, "We're revamping a popular favourite." We're delivering additional variety and creativity with new menu choices for burger lovers.
The Juicy Lucy costs $9.99 and may be bought in-person, online, or through the BurgerFi mobile app. It was developed in collaboration with Chef Cliff Pleau.
Not all of BurgerFi's summer headlines have been related to the introduction of the special, limited-edition burger. The fast-casual restaurant declared at the end of June that 17 of its 27 corporate-owned sites will be getting self-service kiosks.
According to Restaurant Business, the new technology has allowed clients more time to peruse the menu, relocated cashiers to dining rooms, and raised ticket sizes by 18.5% in comparison to those issued at the register.