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BurgerFi opens 4 new locations in Dallas and Fort Worth


Florida-based BurgerFi is expanding its gourmet Black Angus burgers across Dallas and Fort Worth, with its first new outpost set to debut on June 25 at Mockingbird Central Plaza at 5456 E. Mockingbird Ln. (at the southwest corner of McMillan Avenue). The company also announced three other new DFW locations:  Fort Worth (6650 North Beach Street, Suite 108), Prestonwood (15212 Montfort Drive, Suite 307) and at The Arbors (but no address was given).

BurgerFi already operates a location in Arlington.

The chain distinguishes itself by using fresh, 100% natural, antibiotic-free Angus beef, fresh toppings, hand-cut french fires, craft beers and wine, frozen custards and double-battered onion rings.

BurgerFi also offers the vegetarian “Beyond Burger,” though you can find the same burger at other DFW restaurants. (I first tried it at Whiskey Cake Kitchen and liked it quite a bit.)

BurgerFi also serves Vienna beef hot dogs and says its best seller is a “CEO” burger with double patties constructed of Wagyu and brisket. They’re topped with with homemade candied bacon-tomato jam, truffle aioli and aged Swiss cheese, which does sound pretty good.

The Dallas and Fort Worth locations are managed by Max Roesch and owned by Brandt Stravlo, who also operates two BurgerFi restaurants in Lubbock and Amarillo and owns 7 Dunkin’ Donuts and 42 Tide Dry Cleaners, so keep that in mind if the BurgerFi sauce drips on your shirt or you get a hankering for donuts after you finish eating BurgerFI’s the custard concretes.

photos: BurgerFi

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