MBJ: Israeli burger restaurant to open on Highland
Yesterday, it was all about the cookies. Today, it’s burgers.
A building permit was filed Wednesday, Sept. 14, for a new Insomnia Cookies location in the U of M area.
Thursday, Loeb Properties – developer of the Highland Strip – announced that it had signed Burgerim, an Israeli-based burger chain that sells mini burgers by the box.
Burgerim was founded in 2011 and has since spread around the globe. Customers can by a duo, trio or party box with 16 mini-burgers. Burgerim is known for its “always more than one” concept. Burger patties are 2.8 ounces each.