Monday, January 12, 2015

FREE burgers for 1 year to 1st 50 customers at new Canton Bagger Dave's Burger Tavern on 2/15


Bagger Dave’s Burger Tavern, a full-service, ultra-casual restaurant and bar, will celebrate the grand opening of its Canton location (2234 N. Canton Center Road) on Sunday, February. 15 at 11 a.m.

The first 50 customers in the restaurant on February 15th will receive FREE burgers for an entire year. Product is limited to one-per-week per customer.

The 4,755-sq. ft. tavern will feature table service; a full-bar serving 10 beers on draft, as well as wine, craft bourbons, signature drinks and adult shakes; a front patio and 10 large-screen televisions. Approximately 80 local employees will be hired to fill positions at the new restaurant, which will seat 200 patrons.

“As a metropolitan Detroit-based restaurant concept, I am pleased that our newest location is opening in our home region,” said Michael Ansley, president and CEO of Bagger Dave’s. “I know the people of Canton will enjoy our prime rib recipe, fresh ingredients and winning customer service.

At Bagger Dave’s, patrons can create their own fresh and never-frozen prime rib recipe, hormone-free grilled chicken, all-natural turkey or veggie black bean burgers with a choice of 19 Meaningless Free Toppings ® and six premium toppings, including seven cheese choices, custom made sauces, a variety of artisan buns and more.

A selection of Signature Burgers also are available, including the Chicken Sriracha (seven-ounce grilled chicken with Swiss cheese, lettuce, pickles and tomatoes with Bagger Dave’s® Creamy Sriracha sauce on a toasted sesame bun) and the Train Wreck Burger® (Fresh-Cut Potato Fries, fried egg, cheddar, sautéed onions, lettuce and mushrooms, and Railhouse Thousand Island™ on a toasted sesame bun).

Diners can enjoy side items such as Fresh-Cut Fries, Dave’s Sweet Potato Chips®, Twisted Mac ‘n’ Cheese, a side salad, and a cup of Amazingly Delicious Turkey Black Bean Chili®.

Bagger Dave’s, founded in 2008, has identified a niche in the burger business with a modern interpretation of the old-fashioned neighborhood bar. Each location features art work reflecting the history of the city it is in. Currently, there are 16 restaurants in Michigan and eight in Indiana.

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