Burgerim

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

Opened 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.

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

November 2019: Impossible Foods’ vegan burgers

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