Memorial Day Becomes a Popular Day to Grab a Burger

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Memorial Day becomes a popular day to grab a burger and good start of summer. Monday is National Burger Day and several restaurants are enjoying deals.

The best day for burger deals lands on Memorial Day, as it bring lots of offers and specials. You don’t need an excuse to enjoy a juicy burger. You can’t resist celebrating the restaurants perfecting one of America’s favorite foods.

Burger variations seem as limitless. America has national and regional burger chains, burger bars, burger boutiques. Ever growing burger includes all-natural, grass-fed beef, plant-based patties, fresh ingredients on top and branded or house-baked buns.

Officers.com did a survey breaking down each state’s favorite hamburger restaurant. Five Guys was the top pick for 32 states, followed by Wendy’s with 10, McDonald’s with four and Burger King and Carl Jr.’s had two states a piece.

Participation can vary. In some cases you’ll need to be signed up for the restaurant’s loyalty program or have a mobile app. To be on the safe side, check with your closest location.

Beef ‘O’ Brady’s offers “Build Your Own Burger” program plus fries special for $5.99 on Monday. Bokamper’s offers free Bud or Bud Light draft on purchasing Bo’s Burger on Monday. Brio Tuscan Grille offers the BRIO Burger for $6. Times may be varying by location.

Burger King current offers on the chain’s app will be available through June 3. It includes a buy one Whopper, get one free coupon and a $3 double cheeseburger meal. Participating locations also have the “King’s Meal Deal” for $3.79.

Theo O'Farrell

Theo O’Farrell was born and raised in Summerside. As a journalist Theo has contributed to CBC News Blog, The Calgary Herald and Buzz Feed. In regards to academics, Theo earned his sociology degree from Queens. Theor covers local news and culture stories here at Island Daily Tribune.

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About the Author: Theo O'Farrell

Theo O'Farrell was born and raised in Summerside. As a journalist Theo has contributed to CBC News Blog, The Calgary Herald and Buzz Feed. In regards to academics, Theo earned his sociology degree from Queens. Theor covers local news and culture stories here at Island Daily Tribune.

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