The new restaurant, Burgerim coming to Birmingham will make you question every burger you’ve ever eaten

Burgerim is a quickly growing restaurant franchise that will be coming to Birmingham this fall. Photo courtesy of Regan Farley of Regan Farley Public Relations.
Burgerim is a quickly growing restaurant franchise that will be coming to Birmingham this fall. Photo courtesy of Regan Farley

Burgerim is a new restaurant coming to Birmingham this fall. Its’ crazy menu will make you realize what you’ve been missing out on. Some of their unique burger options include the Greek lamb burger, the Hawaiian salmon burger, the falafel burger and many more interesting options on their menu. However, they also have a lot of variety when it comes to their toppings, buns and sauces.

Along with its variety, Burgerim also offers delivery and catering options. Photo courtesy of the Burgerim Facebook page

Burgerim is an extremely fast-growing burger chain in the US with about 200 stores and more than 300 more in the works, according to Francis Perdue. Burgerim also offers delivery and catering services, setting it apart from other restaurants.

The dry-aged beef burger. Photo courtesy of Burgerim
The Hawaiian salmon burger. Photo courtesy of Burgerim
The Spanish beef burger. Photo courtesy of Burgerim

Perdue is the new Director of Public Relations at the Burgerim HQ in Encino, California as well as the owner of Burgerim coming to Birmingham. Though she was born in California, both sides of Perdue’s family originate from Birmingham. She has high hopes for what Burgerim can bring to the community.

Francis Perdue is a Los Angeles based publicist and the new Director of Public Relations at Burgerim HQ as well as the owner of the new Burgerim restaurant coming to Birmingham. Photo Courtesy of Regan Farley

“What I’m going to offer are opportunities for Birmingham to be heard … there’s a lot of beautiful things that are happening that aren’t being advertised,” Perdue said. “I wanna be that go-to location where [people] know we are supporting the community, we’re not here to take.”

Perdue says she was drawn to Burgerim because of the variety, healthy options and atmosphere. She hopes that the restaurant will be a hub that allows the community to have a voice.

“I fell in love with the options that they have … I thought it was a great way for people to eat healthy and still eat out” Perdue said. “I would like to, for my grand opening, bring some grand surprises that people will love.”

Burgerim has 3 Alabama locations coming soon in Birmingham, Montgomery and Enterprise.