Burger Lounge Opens Their First Orange County Location in Costa Mesa
Burger Lounge, the Southern California brand for elevated burgers, opens their first Orange County location in Costa Mesa. Burger Lounge has 15 locations throughout San Diego and Los Angeles, and is excited to expand into Orange County. Burger Lounge offers a range of grass-fed burgers, organic salads, hand-cut fries and onion rings, and milkshakes.
Costa Mesa, CA, March 17, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Hello, sunshine! Burger Lounge is proud to announce the opening of it’s sixteenth California location in Costa Mesa, the playground of Southern California. The newest BL will reside at 279 E 17th St, in the heart of Costa Mesa and within arms reach of Newport Beach.
The new opening celebrates Burger Lounge’s commitment to bringing healthy and delicious grass-fed burgers to Southern California.
J. Dean Loring, founder and CEO of Burger Lounge Restaurants, Inc.: “When I think of Southern California, I think of communities like Costa Mesa. We are excited for the opportunity to bring Burger Lounge into Orange County.”
Burger Lounge sets the standard for the classic American burger by maintaining an uncompromising commitment to the natural flavors that made it an American culinary icon. Each dish starts with the philosophy that each ingredient should stand alone. Burger Lounge recognizes that superior flavor and freshness come from ethical and sustainable growing practices, driving their sourcing process from the ground up. Organic, non-GMO ingredients form the basis of the group’s culinary efforts, sourced from responsible growers that ship directly to our kitchen.
“Establishing meaningful partnerships with our grass-fed beef ranchers and other suppliers has been a part of our model from the beginning,” says J. Dean Loring. “We source our grass-fed beef from family ranchers whose best practices and authenticity result in truly fabulous beef flavor. We know where and how the cattle are raised, what they eat and how they are treated. It is a humane process and we think that matters.”
The signature 100% grass-fed beef Lounge Burger, the Classic Burger, the free-range Turkey Burger, and the organic Quinoa Burger are all mainstays on the menu, while a rotation of limited offerings like Lamb or Bison burgers keep things interesting. The menu also features an ode to the classic fish sandwich – the pan-fried Alaskan Cod, with shredded lettuce, tomato, and house-made tartar sauce. Each burger is handcrafted from high-quality, single source meat, seared to perfection on a flat top grill, and served on the signature Burger Lounge bun, made from whole wheat flour with a touch of molasses. Paleo-inclined? Burger Lounge also serves their burgers lettuce-wrapped, on a gluten-free bun, or Paleo-Style, with zucchini and jalapeno relish.
Guests can enjoy their burgers with fresh-cut French Fries and Onion Rings. Made to order, the Fries and Rings can be enjoyed separately, or together in the Half and Half. All sides are served with house-made dipping sauces, from the tangy Ranch dressing, to the smoky Barbecue.
Burger Lounge also has a menu of organic salads, made with a wide variety of fresh and flavorful vegetables. The Fresh Vegetable Salad features a blend of romaine, mizuna, roasted corn, red onions, carrots, tomatoes, cucumbers, aged ricotta, served with the house-made lemon basil vinaigrette. Our newest salad, the Lounge Chopped Salad, features shaved Brussels sprouts, romaine, kale, red onion, corn, and daikon sprouts, topped with gorgonzola cheese and house-made creamy Dijon vinaigrette.
Looking for something sweet? A selection of hand-dipped shakes and floats rounds out the menu. The company has recently announced a series of limited shake options, including flavors such as Salted Caramel Pretzel and Fresh Strawberry.
Burger Lounge Costa Mesa will also reflect the brand’s focus on quirky design that refuses to compromise on sustainability. Each restaurant incorporates earth-friendly business practices, which are reflected in everything from the tabletops made from recycled water bottles, to the converted waste cooking oil that powers the delivery trucks.