Get ready for National Cheeseburger Day on Sept. 18

[image_with_text image=”28720″]Burlock Coast: Go oceanside with a special promotion. From 11:30 a.m.-5 p.m., Burlock Coast offers The Neilster for a reduced price of $12. The double patty burger is topped with swiss cheese, mushrooms, bell peppers, lettuce, haystack onions and Au Poivre aioli.[/image_with_text][image_with_text image=”28721″]PINCHO: The local chain premiers a brand new burger just in time to celebrate with the All American Cheeseburger with PINCHO’s signature patty topped with American cheese, lettuce, tomatoes and secret PINCHO sauce. On Sept. 18, it’s served with a side of classic fries at a reduced price of $5. (It will be $6.99 after Sept. 18.)[/image_with_text][image_with_text image=”28722″]Legends Tavern and Grille: At all its Broward (Sunrise, Deerfield Beach, Lighthouse Point and Pompano Beach) the chain offers an all-day cheeseburger special of $7.99 (includes fries) for dine-in and $9.99 for take-out (includes fries and soda).[/image_with_text][image_with_text image=”28724″] Shooters Waterfront: Shooters’ burgers are so popular that the restaurant uses more than 7,000 pounds of ground beef every year. Partially responsible for this is the Shooters Waterfront Cheeseburger ($17) with a side of shoestring fries. The cheeseburger is served on a brioche bun topped with cheddar cheese, LTO and a signature sauce that took 21 days to perfect.

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Casa Sensei: The Las Olas restaurant’s specialty in Pan-Asian flavors with Latin American culinary traditions combine in the Casa Wagyu Burger ($19), made with wagyu ground beef, peppercorn bacon, gouda cheese and fresh guacamole. Enjoy it with a side of slaw and truffle fries.

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Quarterdeck Restaurants: Perhaps the best way to celebrate National Cheeseburger Day is to make your own burger. At Quarterdeck, you can build your own with toppings such as sautéed onions, mushrooms, pickle spear, coleslaw, pepper jack cheese, cheddar cheese, goat cheese, buffalo mozzarella, fried egg, bacon, marinara sauce, avocado, guacamole, pico de gallo, beer-battered onion rings, chili, and jalapeños and more. Starting at $10.99, you can pair it coleslaw, french fries or tater tots.


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