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gutreactions | Sep 26, 201805:09 AM     12

It's a franchise chain called BurgersIM out of Encino, CA. and Dallas, Texas. They are about to open franchises locally in Mamaroneck at 1137 W. Boston Post Road, the spot that formerly housed Gusano Loco, and in Dobbs Ferry. Their website indicates they are in the midst of opening stores throughout the metro area: New York City, Long Island, Westchester, New Jersey. They claim to have over 160 stores and growing. What's the big deal? Their signature 3 oz. patties customized to your liking. You can buy them as single patties or sets. Sounds like 'sliders' with a whole new spin. Anyone tried them yet?
www.burgerim.com

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