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Burger 21 unveils new design at Carrollwood location

Burger 21 in Carrollwood unveiled their newly updated restaurant design and extensive rebranding at a re-grand opening on Monday.
Published May 5, 2017

CARROLLWOOD — Burger 21 in Carrollwood held their re-grand opening on Monday (May 1).

The restaurant unveiled their newly updated restaurant design and extensive rebranding. The celebration included an exclusive VIP reveal party for 100 BFF's (Burger Fry Fanatics).

"I'm very excited to share the exciting changes that we've made to our dining experience across the country and here in our Carrollwood location," said Mark Johnston, Burger 21 president and owner of the Carrollwood location. "I can't wait to share that with all of our guests."

Burger 21's new restaurant design and refreshed logo is being rolled out in all future and existing restaurants.

The new design features a more modern look to match Burger 21's innovative and creative menu. The menu offers 21 unique burger creations, fresh salads, chicken tenders, and an extensive shake bar including hand-crafted shakes, floats, and sundaes.

Burger 21 is headquartered in Tampa, and has 22 locations across the United States, including Westchase and New Tampa.

Burger 21 Carrollwood is located at 11777 Dale Mabry Highway. For more information, call (813) 405-3595, or visit

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