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Posted at 2:00 PM ET, 01/ 7/2011

BGR: The Burger Joint to expand outside the DMV

By Tim Carman
bgr_opt.jpg We'll keep an eye on those burgers any day. (James M. Thresher for The Washington Post)

Perhaps you'd rather blind yourself with Gordon Ramsay's hair-molding gum than read another story about hamburgers (and if so, please get help, OK?), but we here at GOG Central wanted to pass along some semi-fresh news about BGR: The Burger Joint. BGR has made BurgerBusiness's list of chains to watch in 2011.

BB notes that BGR is opening locations outside the DMV, too:

A fave in the D.C. area, this concept is spreading out fast. Upcoming locations are in Mobile, Ala.; Columbia, Md.; Clemson, S.C.; Arlington, Va.; Springfield, Va. Check out the Cuban Burger topped with slow roasted pork, Serrano ham, sweet pickles, Dijon mustard and Swiss on a brioche bun and grill pressed.

So I asked BGR founder Mark Bucher what we will see if we "watch" his chain this year. Read the rest of the item over at Going Out Gurus.

By Tim Carman  | January 7, 2011; 2:00 PM ET
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