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  • The Habit Burger Grill takes on the big boys
  • The Habit Burger Grill takes on the big boys
    Albert Huynh (2013) ©

The Habit Burger Grill takes on the big boys

Americans are spending more than ever on eating out; $680 billion is spent in restaurants per year. Even fast food connoisseurs are demanding higher quality and a greater variety than can be found at KFC or McDonald’s. And new kid on the block The Habit Burger Grill is providing just that.



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