Tasha tried the Breakfast All Day burger made with natural Angus burger, American cheese, bacon, maple syrup, fried egg, hash brown, grilled onions and ketchup.
Brian had the vanilla root beer float (right). Tasha sampled the Oreo shake.
BurgerFi has ample seating, which is a mixture of tables, booths and bar area that faces East Freedom Way.
Brian ate a single-patty bacon cheeseburger made with bacon, Angus beef and American cheese.
You enter BurgerFi through one set of doors and make your way to the counter to order. The restaurant had a nice crowd less than an hour after opening at 11 a.m. Monday, March 20.
Tasha tried a sample of the Red Velvet custard handed out during BurgerFi's opening.
BurgerFi has two Coca-Cola Freestyle machines for a near-infinate variety of drink flavor choices.
Brian and Tasha split an order of BurgerFi's onion rings and french fries (Cry+Fry on the menu).
BurgerFi had multiple televisions mounted throughout the restaurant.
After placing an order, a BurgerFi employee gives customers a pager to notify them when their food is ready. BurgerFi also offers advanced ordering through a smartphone app or online.
BurgerFi also has recycling stations for glass bottles.
It took two trays to contain the food and drinks ordered by Brian and Tasha. Pictured here are the Cry+Fry side, All Day Breakfast burger, bacon cheese burger, float and shake.
BurgerFi's onion rings.
The ordering line at BurgerFi.
BurgerFi had an industrial feel to its decor.
The BurgerFi Oreo shake.