BGR the Burger Joint Open on Knox

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BGR the Burger Joint has made its Dallas debut and to celebrate, the restaurant is giving away a free “The Burger” to the first 100 people in line Thursday, Nov. 12 at 11 a.m. at the Knox-Henderson location. In addition, the restaurant will donate $1 from every burger or sandwich sold that day to North Dallas High School.

BGR, located at 3001 Knox St. Suite 108, serves prime, dry aged beef grilled to perfection over an open flame. Named the No. 1 burger restaurant in Washington D.C. BGR’s unique menu features not only traditional beef burgers, but also sushi grade ahi tuna, lamb, turkey, chicken, made-from-scratch veggie burgers and other high quality specialty burgers. Guests are able to build their own BGR burger or choose from a selection of masterpieces such as The Wellington, which features a BGR burger topped with caramelized onions, roasted mushrooms, black truffles and blue cheese crumbles.

“The Dallas community has been incredibly welcoming ever since we opened our doors,” said BGR Dallas owner Scott Smith. “We can’t think of a better way to show our appreciation than to give away our award-winning burgers and support our neighborhood high school.”

With a commitment to source local, the fast-casual burger restaurant serves its burgers on brioche buns exclusively from Main Street Bistro & Bakery in Plano and offers a full beer lineup courtesy of Lakewood Brewing Co. The menu also features award winning specialty milkshakes that are rotated monthly and offer healthy side options such as grilled asparagus or seasonal corn on the cob.

BGR the Burger Joint is open Monday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.

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