It was later in the evening and we needed to stop somewhere before the movie. After hearing Christie and Katie describing it at lunch, I knew that we had to go to BURGERFI for a quick bite. Just on the left past Tanger Mall, you can get to Governors Crossing Theater in just 5 minutes—even with traffic. It was the first visit for Lisa, Melinda, and I to the restaurant. Here is what we saw..
I knew that the prices would be more than a typical fast food place, but was glad to see the sign above and so I didn’t mind it so much.
If you like the drink machine at Fire House Subs then BURGERFI drink machines will suit your fancy. I have avoided soft drinks and diet drinks for a while, but had one here in the name of research. If you choose Diet Sprite then you will have at least 8 possible flavors to add to your drink. Caramba!
Order in the back, get a ‘buzzer,’ then pick up on the left.
I ordered a simple cheeseburger, but next time will try the CEO if someone will split it with me. The ladies at lunch today insisted that this one is the best. In my opinion, the prices are no higher than places in downtown Knoxville.
The cheeseburger with a brand on the bun!
There are several kinds of fries. These are the Parmesan kind. You have to share with someone! Trust me.
Wine and beer on tap.
The biggest ceiling fan in town.
Now, I will try to clear up one point of confusion for some of us. I thought that the ‘FI‘ in the restaurant name indicated Wi-Fi, but it does not. You won’t get a WI-Fi password here. The menu has a slogan like ‘ the burgerfication of the country, one burger at a time;” to wit, the term ‘FI.’
Frank Allen’s Market is voted the Best Burger in Sevier County and I’ll stand by that. However, if you want one later in the evening, then this is a good one to try.
Go to the Out and About in Sevierville page on Facebook to see more pictures and the menu.
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