Industry News | October 18, 2017

Burger 21 Launches Pizza Burger, Wedding Cake Shake

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Burger 21 is presenting a tasty twist on two popular foods, pizza and wedding cake, for a new limited-time offer. As part of its unique award-winning “beyond the better burger” culture, Burger 21 will offer the Pizza Burger and the White Wedding Cake Shake across locations nationwide October 21 to December 31.

The Pizza Burger offers guests the flavor of Italy in the form of a traditional style American burger. Mixing flavors from two popular dishes, the Certified Angus Beef burger is dressed with basil pesto, tomato sauce, melted provolone and Parmesan cheeses, pepperoni and a blend of Italian herbs and spices in one toasty bun.

The featured White Wedding Cake Shake will win your vows with its rich blend of vanilla ice cream, white wedding cake and Monin Almond Syrup, topped with white wedding cake crumbles and whipped cream.

“When guests come into our restaurants, I want to create a culinary experience that transforms traditional favorites into a burger and shake they’ll remember,” says Mike Remes, corporate chef for Burger 21. “This latest feature focuses on two food favorites reimagined and I love offering these unique flavors that our guests can’t get anywhere else.”

With one of the most diverse menus in the country, Burger 21 is known for featuring 21 unique burger options utilizing seven different proteins, including ahi tuna, veggie and turkey burger creations. The Burger 21 everyday menu items 1-10 focus on the brand’s Certified Angus Beef burgers while 11-20 opt for a non-beef protein. In addition to these everyday menu staples, Burger 21 introduces its Burger #21 as a Limited Time Offer. This gives guests a chance to try something uniquely created for that season by Burger 21 Corporate Chef Mike Remes. 

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