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“California-style burgers” available via delivery starting Tuesday

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via Caliburger

Not In-N-Out Burger but it’s something…

From a press release:

“On Tuesday, March 14, CaliBurger will launch delivery of its California-style burgers to customers in the D.C. metro area. The delivery program launches from Union Kitchen in Ivy City (1369 New York Avenue NE) and is the first step in the brand’s plans to open multiple neighborhood storefronts around the region later this year. The menu is centered around the style of burger popular in Southern California for decades – thin fresh beef patties piled high with crisp vegetables on a grilled bun, served with fresh cut fries and handspun ice cream shakes.

[Check out the full menu here

Starting today, orders can be placed through Caviar, DoorDash, GrubHub, PostMates and UberEats, use the CaliBurger mobile app to order instantly, or schedule an advance order or curbside pickup at Union Kitchen.

The inaugural delivery menu showcases a focused selection of the brand‘s signature items at delicously low prices. Options include a Grilled Cheese ($3.99), Hamburger ($4.25), Cheeseburger ($4.99), and the ultimate Cali Double ($5.99) featuring two all-beef patties, melted American cheese, sliced ripe tomato, crisp iceburg lettuce and grilled sweet onions all topped with a signature sauce. No entrée is complete without a side of Fresh Cut Fries ($1.99) and diners have the option of Cali Style Fries ($3.99) – the same handcut seasoned potatoes, double fried for crispiness, smothered in melted American cheese, grilled sweet onions and signature sauce. Wash it all down with a creamy Ice Cream Shake ($3.99) available in vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry.

Though the initial D.C. launch is delivery only, Cali Group, which comprises CaliBurger and its sister technology companies, expects to expand the menu in its forthcoming local brick and mortar locations, and continue advancing its service systems for speed, efficiency and flavor. “The Cali Group’s vision for the restaurant operating system also includes systems for ‘intelligent’ delivery of food to customers in local neighborhoods,” said John Miller, Chairman of Cali Group. “We are looking forward to gaining insights from the D.C. market to develop logistical and software solutions to enable cost effective delivery of food to nearby customers.” 

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