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Bobby Flay to attend Bobby's Burger Palace opening

The Iron Chef is on board for the debut on Tuesday.

Bobby Flay to attend Bobby's Burger Palace opening

The Food Network's Bobby Flay shows off his Philly Hamburger, with Cheese Whiz, potato chips under the bun. His Bobby's Burger Palace opens Tuesday at 3925 Walnut St. in University City, serving Angus burgers, shakes, fries. (MICHAEL BRYANT / Staff Photographer)

Iron Chef Bobby Flay will attend the grand opening of the first South Jersey outlet of his Bobby's Burger Palace.

It starts at noon Tuesday, Nov. 1, and it's in Cherry Hill Mall, Route 38 in Cherry Hill (856-382-7462). There are no alcoholic beverages at this one.

This is Flay’s eighth BBP; the first outpost opened in July 2008 in Lake Grove, N.Y.; the second BBP opened in December 2008 in Eatontown, N.J.; the third opened in March 2009 in Paramus, N.J.; the fourth opened in July 2009 in Uncasville, Conn.; the fifth opened in April 2010 in Philadelphia; the sixth opened in August 2011 in Washington, D.C, and the seventh opened in College Park, Md., earlier this month.

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