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Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Calories Don't Count During Seven Days Burger Week

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Seven Days, Vermont’s free and independent weekly newspaper, is excited to announce all the juicy details of its inaugural Burger Week!

For seven days, November 2-8, more than 30 participating restaurants will be serving up burger specials that diners will flip for. Think breakfast burgers, triple-deckers, veggie burgers and, of course, good old-fashioned beef patties. There will also be an opportunity for burger fanatics to win epic prizes throughout the week.

For the list of participating restaurants visit
Want to become a participating restaurant? Email

Burger Week is sponsored by Budweiser, The Essex, Vermont’s Culinary Resort & Spa and Northeast Beef Promotion Initiative.
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Corey Grenier

Corey Grenier

Corey is the Marketing and Events Director for Seven Days and Kids VT.


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