Your day has come, Mr. Frank Ratberger.
"I never told these people they could use my name for this."
This guy can basically have a burger a day from now on. Or fourteen a day.
The not-so-secret hamburger restaurant steps out of its hotel digs for the first time in ten years.
American cheese? How about Edam?
Five Guys is gone on Court Street, but Bareburger is moving in.
"When you move to outlaw hamburgers, it's a pretty clear sign that your food system is broken."
Because we need more hamburgers.
"Shake Shackstyle burgers for $5."
Pretend it's 2002 all over again.
Many more to follow.
It's not even the first time fast food has been used as barter in the sex trade.
When you see soldiers running through your yard, they may be delivering juicy burgers! Go get the door!
The retro chain diner is being replaced by the second location of the Williamsburg-based hamburger and cheesesteak spot.
The chain will bring its trademarked Steakburgers to the city for the first time.
The financially troubled snack maker wants to upgrade Adsum's sliders to full size hamburgers.