Inside the BareBurger Supreme

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BareBurger may be eco-friendly and nutritionally conscious, but all bets are off when it comes to the towering $10.95 BareBurger Supreme. “It’s definitely our biggest burger, as well as our most popular,” said owner Billy Simeonidis. We’ve broken down this beefy behemoth below, layer by artery-clogging layer.

From top to bottom:

• Two gourmet battered onion rings

• Brioche bun

• Another onion ring

• BareBurger special sauce

• Chopped French fries

• Applewood-smoked bacon

• Lettuce

• Colby jack cheese

• Meat

• Brioche bun

Updated 2:43 pm, August 1, 2011
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Sam from Parkslope says:
Just came to know today sharing with everyone , Bare burger is also franchise check it
Dec. 16, 2011, 7:04 pm

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