This fast-food chain you've probably never heard of is making a killing selling $8 burgers
Melia Robinson/Business Insider
"Burgers shouldn't cost $3," the website for Super Duper Burgers proudly declares.
The San Francisco Bay Area fast-food burger chain has garnered a cult following for its extra juicy, double-patty burgers that cost $8.50 with cheese. The company says it sources ingredients within miles of its restaurants.
The chain is now looking to grow its fan base by expanding from 10 locations to 13 by early 2018. Super Duper Burgers also said in a recent statement that it was in preliminary talks to launch international outposts, though we don't know where yet.
Here's what it's like to eat at Super Duper Burgers, a favorite Bay Area fast-food chain.
- A top AI researcher reportedly left Google for OpenAI after sharing concerns the company was training Bard on ChatGPT data
- An AI researcher who has been warning about the technology for over 20 years says we should 'shut it all down,' and issue an 'indefinite and worldwide' ban
- What is an indictment? What it means for someone to be indicted by a grand jury and why Trump was charged
- Amul hikes milk price by ₹2/ltr in Gujarat
- GST mop-up rises 13% to ₹1.6 lakh crore in March, second highest collection ever
- White House refuses to pay for Twitter's Blue verification: Report
- Italy bans ChatGPT, orders investigation over privacy breach
- IISc researchers design tiny supercapacitor capable of storing large amount of electric charge