One of the Most Popular Burger Joints is Opening A New Location in Mississauga
A few short years ago, burger fans in Mississauga were pumped to welcome one of the most talked-about burger joints to our neck of the woods.
And now we're about to get a much-anticipated second location—and soon.
The team behind Burger's Priest, the classic American cheeseburger joint with a unique religious theme that uses fresh ultra premium beef that is prepared and cooked with old school methods, recently took to Facebook to announce that they’re opening a brand new location in Hurontario and Eglinton area in spring 2018.
As of now, Priest fans have to travel to the brand's Port Credit location to sample its holy burger wares.
As for why people love the Priest so much, the tender and flavourful meat is ground almost every hour and the burgers are cooked on a flat top griddle using the old smash-technique. The growing chain was also founded by Shant Mardirosian—a Mississauga boy who opened his very first location back in 2010 in The Beaches area in Toronto.
Now, Priest lovers will have another place to check out the brand's secret menu. If you know the answer to "How long was Noah on the ark?" you can access some of the craziest burgers you will ever sink your teeth into (don't worry, it's multiple choice and Google is always there to help you).
Some of the celebrity sightings at Burger's Priest locations include The Iron Sheik, the cast of Suits, Anthony Bourdain and the crew from The Food Network's - You Gotta Eat Here. Daniel Radcliffe even told ET Canada that, "it's quite simply the best burger I've had."
We'll keep you updated on more new opening details as they emerge.
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