Build Your Own Burger promo celebrates National Burger Month in true Texas style
Dallas, TX (RestaurantNews.com) Sure, other places let you have your burger “your way.” But how many let you start with an expert-grilled steak burger, add two cheeses, two fresh toppers like avocado, crispy bacon, a smoked onion ring and sautéed mushrooms, your choice of sauce and endless fries for just $11.99?
That’s what Texas Land & Cattle calls burger bliss, and it’s being served up now through June 1.
In honor of National Burger Month, Texas Land & Cattle is urging its guests to stake their claim to savory creativity with the new Build Your Own Burger (B.Y.O.B.) promotion. A Texas-sized line-up of choices – including five cheeses, seven delicious toppers and five sauces – will tempt you to see how many combinations you can try before the month ends.
“We know our guests love our steak burgers, and they love customizing their orders, so we thought a B.Y.O.B. offer would be the perfect way to celebrate National Burger Month,” said Beth Collins, vice president of marketing at Texas Land & Cattle. “There really is no wrong way to make a mouthwatering steak burger at Texas Land & Cattle this month. Wash it all down with a cold local craft draft, and we’re talking true burger bliss.”
Texas Land & Cattle currently owns and operates 27 restaurants in Texas, Arkansas, Missouri, New Mexico and North Carolina. To find the location nearest you, visit TexasLandandCattle.com.
About Texas Land & Cattle
Plano-based Texas Land & Cattle is a popular restaurant chain noted for its unique “Texas Craft Dining” experience. Renowned for its premium steaks sourced exclusively from Hartley Ranch in Stephenville, TX, as well as a Texas-inspired menu of traditional favorites, the brand offers premium dining quality and service at casual dining prices. The company also owns and operates the Lone Star Steakhouse chain, America’s trusted brand for quality Texas-style dining delivered with a Texas-sized value. For the location nearest you, visit TexasLandandCattle.com and LoneStarSteakhouse.com.
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