When burgers and The Blues Brothers combine

two girls drinking cocktails in a bar
Burger Urge is looking to expand locally and internationally in the next few years. Image: Supplied
In a world of global quick service restaurant giants like McDonalds, how do you sell burgers in an already saturated market? You transport customers from their everyday lives in Brisbane, Australia to the gritty Prohibition era in the US and transform your casual dining experience into a burgers-turned-cocktail bar called the Memphis Tennis Club.  According to new Burger Urge CEO Shawn Kerr, this combination of dining with entertainment is the future of the QSR industry and within the next

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