Work is underway at SayeBrook Town Center on S.C. 544 to convert the former Atlanta Bread Co. into the Grand Strand’s second BurgerFi restaurant.
The chain, which is headquartered in Florida and has a franchised restaurant in North Myrtle Beach, features burgers made with beef from cattle that have been raised without any growth hormones or antibiotics.
No motorbikes, dogs or electric prodding are used, according to the company.
An opening date has not yet been made public, but more information is to come from the Jackson Companies, SayeBrook’s developer.
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