Burgerville is celebrating the flavors of spring in the Pacific Northwest with the return of Yakima Valley Asparagus to its rotating menu of local, seasonal favorites. Starting May 7, hand-battered fried asparagus spears will be available for a limited time throughout Burgerville’s 42 locations.
Grown by family farms in Washington’s Yakima Valley region, Burgerville’s fried asparagus is handmade from scratch in its restaurants daily. Each spear is lightly battered and golden-fried to give it a crisp, yet tender crunch in every bite. Offering a mild flavor with earthy undertones, the spears are delicious on their own, but also pair well with Burgerville’s smooth garlic aioli.
One of the first vegetables in the region to greet the spring, asparagus season typically runs from April to June. Burgerville begins offering asparagus to its guests in early- to mid-May, when the spears are at their peak in the Northwest.
Burgerville’s asparagus spears launched in 2009 and have returned every spring since as part of the company’s rotating menu of seasonal, Northwest-grown specialties. For more information, visit Burgerville.com and follow Burgerville on Facebook and Instagram.
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