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Zinburger Unveils ATL and New Englander Burger for Super Bowl

January 30, 2017 Industry News
Industry News

In honor of the Atlanta and New England football teams, Zinburger Wine & Burger Bar, the upscale burger brand offering gourmet burgers combined with perfectly paired wine selections, will be offering two Big Game specials—The ATL and the New Englander Burger through February 5 at the 12 east coast Zinburger locations.

The ATL ($12.50) is a fried chicken breast with braised kale, bacon and pimento cheese.

The New Englander Burger ($13.50) consists of a Certified Angus Beef patty, buffalo clam strips with Frank’s Red Hot, Applewood Smoked Bacon, pepper jack cheese, lettuce and apple cider aioli.

“The hype and the build up to professional football’s biggest game is just as fun as the game itself,” said Rick Barbrick, President, CO-CEO and COO of The Briad Group, owner of Zinburger.  “We’ve created two incredible burgers in honor of the respective cities.  Whether you are rooting for Atlanta or New England, everyone is a winner with these unique creations.”

All the gourmet burgers at Zinburger are scratch-made and cooked to order on a griddle in their own juices. The Certified Angus Beef and American-style Kobe Beef are ground fresh at least twice a day.

Since opening the East Coast’s first Zinburger in Clifton, New Jersey, six years ago to much fanfare, stellar reviews and packed crowds, Zinburger has developed an almost fanatical customer following who enjoy made-to-order gourmet burgers, hand-dipped shakes and floats, decedent pies and 23 wine varieties.

Zinburger has locations in Clifton, New Jersey, Paramus, New Jersey, Cherry Hill, New Jersey, Morris Plains, New Jersey, Nanuet, New York, Huntington Station, New York, Durham, North Carolina, Charlottesville, Virginia, Springfield, Virginia, Atlanta, Sunrise, Florida, and Boca, Florida.

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