BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — If you are looking for a job, or just an excellent burger, we have you covered. Chicago-based Butcher and the Burger is now open at Boca Raton's Town Center Mall.
Butcher And The Burger was just voted Chicago's “best new burger joint” by Time Out Magazine in Chicago and has been honored by Men's Health as offering America's Manliest Burger Restaurant.
What makes it so good?
According to the restaurant's team:
“We use only the freshest products possible — nothing frozen. We offer 9 speciality blends to add to your burger and then you build your own.”
What kind of spices?
Chicago Style Steak House, Grandma's Onion Soup, Currry-Coconut, Fiery Ghost Pepper, Simple-Kosher Salt and Cracked Black Pepper, Greek, Cajun, Umami (Scallions, Ginger, Garli and Sweet Soy.
You enjoy these spices on the following burger options:
Butcher Prime Blend (Aged Prime Beef, Local Grass-Fed Beef, Bison, Turkey, Chicken, Salmon, Vegan(Lentil and Brown Rice).
If you are looking for a job, Butcher And The Burger needs front counter help and line cooks. Please have experience, a friendly attitude, and call Michael Stoessel at (516) 424-5819.
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