New mini burger restaurant coming to downtown Orlando


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A new tiny burger joint is coming to downtown Orlando.

Fast casual chain Burgerim will open a new location at 131 N. Orange Ave., next to Insomnia Cookies and Orange County Brewers.

The chain allows patrons the choice between an "uno, duo, trio or 16-count party pack" of small burgers, all of which are customizable with varying patty flavors, buns, sauces, etc. Their burgers also come in vegan and gluten-free options. 

If burgers that make your hands look huge aren't your thing, Burgerim's menu also features wings, salads and beer. 

It would appear the company is spreading their petite patty concept all over Central Florida. Besides the new downtown outpost, Burgerim will also add a location near the Orange County Convention Center at 6139 Westwood Blvd., another location in Maitland in the Maitland City Centre, and another in Kissimmee off Highway 192. 

No opening dates have been announced.

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