Local fast-casual chain Burger Craft opening in downtown Orlando

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Downtown Orlando is about to get one more burger option.

Local fast-casual chain Burger Craft will move into the former Fiat building at 131 N. Orange Ave. The building will also eventually house Orange County Brewery, a Wells Fargo and a second location of Hubbly Bubbly Falafel Shop.



Burger Craft already has two locations in Altamonte Springs and Clermont and another planned for Ocoee.

The burger joint specializes in 100 percent grass-fed beef, served in either a bun or a bowl. Burgers typically run from $6.99 to $10.95. The location will also serve beer and wine.



Owner Suzanne Bonham told the Orlando Sentinel that the location plans to open at the beginning of June.


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