Much of Wichita, I have learned, does not believe a burger should cost more than $5.
On Saturday, Wichitans who have been wanting to try the new BurgerFi restaurant that opened in July at NewMarket Square can do so at a price that’s right. As part of a customer appreciation event, the restaurant will be offerings its BurgerFi cheeseburgers for $5 apiece from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Saturday. (Normally, they’re $7.37.)
BurgerFi, which took over the former Pei Wei spot at NewMarket Square, 2441 N. Maize Road, is known for its natural ingredients, earth friendliness and hormone- and antibiotic- free beef. It’s also known for the way it chars its logo onto its buns.
The restaurant is also hoping people who visit will try its new Steakhouse Bleu Burger, a double topped with blue cheese, pepper bacon, a Cabernet onion marmalade and steak sauce. The chain will donate $1 from the sale of each Steakhouse Bleu Burger to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital to help end childhood cancer.
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