Burger Lounge Brings Award Winning Grass-Fed Burgers to Sacramento's Downtown Commons

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Burger Lounge Restaurants has announced the opening of its newest location at Sacramento’s entertainment mecca, Downtown Commons, on August 6, 2018. This marks the 24th location for the eco-conscious restaurant group whose focus is on fresh American grass-fed, grass-finished beef burgers, and truly healthy salads.

“We’re bringing a great tasting burger you can feel better about eating to Sacramento,” says J. Dean Loring, Burger Lounge Founder/CEO. “With so much of our state’s food being grown in this region, the people here know authentic ingredients, and I think we will resonate with them.”

We're bringing a great tasting burger you can feel better about eating to Sacramento. With so much of our state's food being grown in this region, the people here know authentic ingredients and I think we will resonate with them.

J. Dean Loring, Founder/CEO, Burger Lounge

The concept is simple: Take familiar foods to new heights by using premium ingredients sourced specifically for taste.

“Our food is simple by design, but simplicity is complicated,” says Loring. “We strive to do a common thing uncommonly well, resulting in a craveable burger made with pure, mindfully-sourced ingredients. Our food doesn’t leave you feeling like you need a nap after eating it.”

“Establishing meaningful partnerships with grass-fed beef suppliers has been part of our model since the beginning. We work closely with our growers. We source from a single, family ranch that has been around for a very long time. We know a lot about these animals, including where and how they are raised, what they eat, and how they are treated. It is a humane process, and we think that matters,” says Loring.

The menu highlights burgers, and combo meals ($7.95 - $16.95) made with fresh grass-fed, grass-finished American beef, free-range turkey, organic quinoa, fresh chicken, and sustainable Alaskan cod. Among the salads are the Fresh Vegetable and Lounge Caesar, made with numerous organic ingredients and house dressings. Sides options include Fresh-cut fries, onion rings, and a half and half combination. Shakes, malts, floats, house lemonades, and craft sodas round out the distinctive menu.

This location is designed for convenience. Whether you are at DOCO for a game or concert, you work in the area, or you’re just walking across town, Burger Lounge is a place that you can get premium food quickly. Burger Lounge will also open with online ordering and local delivery for busy guests looking for added convenience.

The restaurant design aesthetic reflects the brand’s “less is more” philosophy. It’s fresh, modern, efficient, and forward-thinking. Created in partnership with Studio MYID, it features sustainable elements, such as tables made from recycled water bottles, in conjunction with a warm, hospitable atmosphere.

The Sacramento opening marks the third of four locations planned in Northern California. Already open in Walnut Creek and Campbell, Burger Lounge will also open in Roseville this year.

Burger Lounge Sacramento will be located at 545 K St., Sacramento, CA 95814. The restaurant will be open daily for lunch and dinner. Additional information and menu details are available at http://www.burgerlounge.com.

About Burger Lounge:

Established in 2007, Burger Lounge was founded by J. Dean Loring and Mike Gilligan with the underlying philosophy that superior flavor and freshness come from ethically and sustainably grown ingredients that are primarily organic, non-GMO and sourced from responsible growers and family ranchers. Each restaurant incorporates earth-friendly business practices reflected in such things as tabletops made from recycled water bottles and converted waste cooking oil that powers delivery trucks. There are currently Burger Lounge locations in Los Angeles, San Diego, Orange County, the San Francisco Bay area and Las Vegas.

Source: Burger Lounge