Last year marked a successful year of growth for BurgerFi. The better-burger concept reported a record year for both earnings and new units, which includes the addition of 31 new locations representing a 97 percent total new unit growth over 2013, with a total of 63 locations nationwide.
BurgerFi is coming to West Roxbury, Massachusetts. The brand dedicates itself to creating burgers that are fresh and made to order, made with natural beef that leaves out all steroids, antibiotics, hormones, chemicals, or additives.
Menu options also include fresh-cut fries; hand-battered onion rings; Kobe beef hot dogs; a freshly made in-house quinoa VegieFi Burger; secret sauce; freshly prepared custards and concretes; colas made with natural cane sugar; craft beer selections; wine; and more.
BurgerFi, one of the fastest-growing better burger concepts, known for its, burgers, fries, and frozen custard, announced the opening of its first Jupiter, Florida location. The new store, opening Thursday, December 4, at Jupiter’s Harbourside Place, will provide the city with the “heart” of the better burger concept that focuses on all-natural, free-range beef that tastes better and is better for you.
In celebration of #GivingTuesday on December 2, BurgerFi will launch a charity program tied to this ever-growing popular social media holiday.
After a marathon weekend of shopping and scoring deals in-store and online on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, BurgerFi customers will now have the opportunity to purchase something that is meaningful by giving back to the community and bettering the lives of those in need.
BurgerFi announced a major milestone with the grand opening of its CNN Center location. The new store, opening Saturday, November, represents BurgerFi’s continued path of expansion and nontraditional growth across the U.S.
This grand opening marks the 59th BurgerFi to open across the nation and the second nontraditional storefront for BurgerFi in the iconic, landmark of worldwide television news headquarters, CNN. BurgerFi will be one of 16 food retail stores in the CNN Center and was selected for its dedication to dishing up burgers that are made to order.
BurgerFi, a fast-growing better-burger concept, launched its Halloween themed frozen concrete, The Cereal Killer.
Halloween is known for candy and all things sweet, but only BurgerFi could make that better. So this concrete will feature chocolate custard, chocolate chips and chocolate cereal, raspberry sauce, and candy corns. The Cereal Killer will sell for $5.57 across all locations.
The Halloween Concrete is just one of a series of concretes that will be unveiled during the holiday season. Both November and December will feature a different holiday themed treat.
BurgerFi is celebrating its 50th opening and first location in California. The new store, opening Friday, May 30, is located at 967 First St., in downtown Napa.
The BurgerFi commitment to their "Never Never Program" means no steroids, antibiotics, growth hormones, chemicals, or additives are ever used. Menu options include fresh-cut fries, hand battered onion rings, Kobe beef hot dogs, a made in-house quinoa VegieFi Burger, secret sauce, freshly prepared custards, concretes, colas made with natural cane sugar, craft beer selections, wine, and more.
The combined influence of better-burger restaurants and the fast-casual customization model has had a profound impact on what burger brands now offer consumers. A recent survey by Chicago-based technology and services company Food Genius, which measures menu mentions at restaurant across the U.S., shows that while traditional ingredients like onions, tomatoes, and mushrooms are still the most popular topping options, more unique foods are taking root at burger concepts across the country.
Jim Pagano knows what it takes to run a successful business venture, having previously worked in electrical product manufacturing in Asia and in home-furnishing stores.
He and his business partner, Henry Talerico, recently took their expertise into the quick-service space and now own a BurgerFi in Winter Park, Florida. Eighteen months after open, Pagano and his partner are operating one of the top-performing BurgerFi units and have plans for 10–15 additional locations, four of which will open in the next six months.
On Saturday, November 23, the “Burgerfication of the Nation” continues with the opening of another fast-casual BurgerFi restaurant in Sugar Land, Texas.
The restaurant is located at 16535 Southwest Freeway, Suite 2610 and is part of the new expansion at the First Colony Mall. Guests will be able to view two large fountains from the large glass windows of the restaurant dining area.