Burgerim

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Opening a location in the Koreatown area of Los Angeles in 2017.

In the spot formerly occupied by Mauya Tokyo, then the short-lived Juice Lab, between Pizza Hut and Subway at the strip mall known as the Wilshire-Gramercy Plaza Shopping Center.

An Israeli chain whose name Burgerim translates to “many burgers” in Hebrew.

This location on Wilshire intends to serve halal food, which is appropriate considering the significant population of Muslims in the Koreatown area — Indonesian and Desi.

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