Posted by Jason Sheehan on July 19th, 2012
For those of you out there who just didn’t think there were enough burgers in the world (or in New Jersey), here’s some good news: Burger 21–a franchise-happy burger chain out of Florida and owned by the company behind the Melting Pot chain of fondue restaurants (another thing folks just can’t get enough of, presumably)–is opening their northernmost operation in beautiful Voorhees, NJ according to the Philadelphia Business Journal. Burger 21 is known for offering 21 different kinds of burgers (natch), running the gamut from plain ol’ beef to turkey, tuna, shrimp and chicken.
But what’s really worth looking forward to is the other stuff on the menu. Like the beer cheese fries with bacon, the chili-cheese dogs and the retro Boylan black cherry floats. That spring 2013 opening can’t come quick enough.
Burger 21 [Official website]
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