Sunday, November 29, 2015

Even more good news about Burger Brawl

Shake Shack concretes will be available!

Even more good news about Burger Brawl


A few last-minute additions to Sunday's Burger Brawl - the fun fundraiser for Philly schools' computer labs - and all look tasty.

First off, dessert: Shake Shack will be at the Fleisher Art Memorial to dish out comp "concretes" - its signature custard. And Krispy Kreme will hand out doughnuts.

Second: Two additions to the burger list.

Rex 1516 will be there with a 6-ounce burger created out of deckle, filet and brisket; its toppings will be crispy red onions, bacon, house-made pimento, and Bibb lettuce on a brioche from Wildflour.

10 Arts at the Ritz-Carlton will be there with its so-called Philabundance burger ($1 from each goes to thre hunger-relief group). Nathan Volz makes 'em from La Frieda ground brisket, aged cheddar, house-made ketchup, half-sour pickles, Dijon, lettuce, tomato, red onion, on toasted challah.

Third: Jim Beam is sponsoring a cocktail contest.

Sunday's weather is looking to be gorgeous. See ticket info here.

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