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BurgerFi Starts Slinging Its Eco-Friendly Beef Patties in Fort Worth Next Week

Chow down on hormone and chemical-free meat

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BurgerFi, a national burger chain that slings responsibly raised beef, will open its third area location in Fort Worth next week.

The new location will debut at 6650 N. Beach Street, Suite 108 touting its facial recognition kiosks that “help to remember a guest’s order each time they visit,” according to a press release. Nevermind that the technology is often controversial and raises serious concerns about privacy — anything to make fast food more convenient, right?

The new 3,200-square-foot spot seats 96 people between the inside area and patio. Sustainable materials were used in the furnishings, like tables made from 700,000 milk jugs and chairs made from Coca-Cola bottles, plus energy-efficient lighting and fans.

The chain offers both meat-loving and vegetarian burgers like the VegeFi with crispy quinoa or the Beyond Burger with a veggie-based protein patty. Meaty varieties are made with black angus beef that is free from steroids, antibiotics, growth hormones, chemicals, and additives. Diners can also find smothered hot dogs, a free-range chicken sandwich, onion ring and fries mashups, plus custard cups and shakes.

BurgerFi opens on Monday, October 1, which is apparently also “World Vegetarian Day,” and it’s running specials on veggie burgers for the occasion. Regular hours of operation are Sunday through Thursday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

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