Zinburger Wine & Burger Bar opening at Sawgrass Mills in Sunrise



Another restaurant is bringing its burgers, shakes, beer and wine to South Florida.

Zinburger Wine & Burger Bar, an upscale burger restaurant offering gourmet burgers combined with paired wine selections, will open its first location in Florida on May 20 at The Colonnade Outlets at Sawgrass Mills in Sunrise.

Since opening the East Coast’s first Zinburger in Clifton, N.J. three years ago, Zinburger said it has developed “an almost fanatical customer following” for its made-to-order gourmet burgers, hand-dipped shakes and floats, pies and selection of 23 wine varieties.

All the gourmet burgers at Zinburger are cooked to order on a griddle, and the certified Angus beef and American-style Kobe beef are ground fresh twice a day, the company said. Signature burgers include the Zinburger (with Manchego cheese & zinfandel braised onions) and the Kobe burger (with Vermont cheddar & wild mushrooms).

Zinburger has seven locations in New York, New Jersey, North Carolina and Virginia, Additional restaurants are slated to open in Boca Raton and Atlanta in the next six months.

For its opening here, the Livingston, N.J.-based company said it will donate 10 percent of sales from May 20-23 to the Broward Education Foundation, a nonprofit organization that supports public schools in Broward County.

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