November’s Featured Restaurant: Holy Chuck Burgers

Holy Chuck Burgers is November’s featured restaurant, located at Yonge and St. Clair; it is not your average burger joint. The simple décor makes room for the patties that are ground fresh every hour to shine.

The menu features cleverly named burgers starting at $5.99 for a Jr. Cheeseburger, to $27.99 for the “The Holy Duck” burger, which may be too savoury for some.The Hawg

There is a lone vegetarian option known as the “Animal Feed” ($8.99), which is substantiated by a deep-fried, panko crusted Portobello mushroom. Holy Chuck, if you’re reading this, I’d love to see a new veggie option please J. And by the way, the fries and chips are amazing!

Animal Feed

There are also many milkshakes available in unheard of flavours like Bacon, Fudge and Sea Salt and Nutella and salted Caramel ($4.29-14.99). If you have a raw sweet tooth, you can surely satisfy it on one of the many desserts.

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A vintage Pac-Man tabletop game sits in the dining area. Across it is the “Wall of Fame and Shame” from the Go Chuck Yourself Challenge. To learn more about this challenge and November’s featured restaurant, click here.

Holy Chuck Burgers is located at: 1450 Yonge Street 416-96-CHUCK (24825)

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