BurgerFi is a beloved fast-food joint leaving the streets of New Jersey. The chain has seen several closures across the country in recent weeks. The shutdowns left customers upset and begging for answers. One New Jersey location closed six months after it opened.
BurgerFi is a burger joint specializing in good-tasting, eco-friendly food. It serves 100% natural Angus beef burgers, colossal beer battered onion rings, fresh-cut fries, and an award-winning VegeFi. It began operation in 2011 with 104 locations across America.
The most recent New Jersey location to shutter is Cherry Hill, which just opened. The BurgerFi store at Secaucus also closed. Upset customers expressed their frustration on the Facebook page. Since the New Jersey closures, the nearest location is in Brooklyn, New York.
An eviction notice is on the door of the store in Lexington, Kentucky. BurgerFi came to Kentucky in 2016. The fast-food chain had expansion plans, but now stores have shut down for good.
BurgerFi is a publicly traded company. A spokesperson clarified the location hit with the notice was a franchisee. So "any questions would need to be directed to the leaseholder," the Herald-Leader reports.
Facebook comments: "What happened to the Cherry Hill location?" "You have the best burgers around and it'd be a shame if they were closed permanently."
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