Finally, Twisted Root Burger Co. sets an opening date in Winter Park


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We've been touting the opening of Twisted Root, the Texas-based burger joint known for their exotic meat offerings, for a while – and now we can finally announce an opening date.

The fast-casual chain will open its first Florida outpost inside a 4,000-square-foot space at the Grove at Winter Park retail complex (on Aloma Avenue near Howell Branch Road) on Nov. 12.

Twisted Root's signature burgers are half-pounders, with patties ground fresh in-house every day.

But in addition to such common proteins as beef, buffalo, Wagyu, turkey and chicken, they offer a rotating selection of exotic meat burgers like elk, ostrich, camel, venison, boar, duck and rabbit.

The camel burger—a "hump day" treat? - TWISTED ROOT BURGER CO.
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A vegan burger fashioned from chickpeas, black beans, brown rice and quinoa topped with sliced avocado and Sriracha is also offered, as are hand-cut potato chips, onion strings, Quincy's fried pickles, flash-fried-green beans n' carrots, loaded fries and a slew of shakes.

Twisted Root Burger Co. Winter Park will be open 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday-Thursday, and 11 a.m. to midnight Friday-Saturday.

Twisted Root Burger Co.
4270 Aloma Ave.
Winter Park, FL 32792
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