Burgers and Things offers anniversary special

Burgers and Things is having twice the fun throughout the month of August as part of its second anniversary. To celebrate, Chef (and founder) Ernesto Limcaco recently added two new menu items: the “Wave Fryder,” beer battered french fries with golden garlic oil and reggianito cheese, and soda floats.

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The perfect pairing for any burger or sandwich, for the first two weeks of August only, a special sized version of the “Wave Fryders” and floats will be available for just $2.

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“It’s an exciting time for Burgers and Things. This year alone we were crowned “World’s Best Burger” and we are continuing to expand our menu as well as launch new events,” says Burgers and Things business partner, Elizabeth Hata-Watanabe. “The support of the Pauoa community and diners from around the island has been invaluable and we are so thankful for their ongoing support. We hope that they come out this August to celebrate with us!”

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Throughout the month of August, customers are encouraged to drop their business card off for the chance to win a free meal for two. One winner will be drawn every week throughout the month of August with four prizes awarded in total.

David Michelinie. Courtesy: Burgers and Things

One grand prize winner will also get to “meat” comic book writer, David Michelinie during a private pop up dinner featuring dishes prepared by Chef Limcaco on August 28. Michelinie is a legendary writer responsible for creating the character Venom in the Spider-Man storylines, Scott Lang in Ant-Man, and so many comic book stories from Iron Man, The Avengers, and Star Wars.

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Burgers and Things is a neighborhood eatery known for its mouthwatering menu of specialty burgers and sandwiches including standout favorites like the Un-Foie-Gettable, featuring a grass-fed Kauai beef patty braised in a foie gras demi glas, topped with bacon apple maple jam or the Don’t Go Bacon My Heart – the restaurant’s twist on a BLT made with candied rosemary bacon. For more information visit http://burgersandthings.com/.

Chef Ernesto Limcaco. Courtesy: Burgers and Things

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