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Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Umami Burger Releases $65 Truffle Burger

Posted By on Wed, Dec 11, 2013 at 8:00 AM

click to enlarge If money ain't a thang, then this burger is calling yo' name. - UMAMI BURGER
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  • If money ain't a thang, then this burger is calling yo' name.
Just when we thought $13 for a burger was steep, Umami Burger in the SoMa went and released its M.N.O. (Money's No Object) burger as part of its annual truffle menu.

Along with the slew of high rises breaking ground near the waterfront end of the SoMa, the $65 M.N.O. is breaking new ground on burger prices. But if money ain't a thang, then this burger is callin' yo name.

The American staple that was once considered an inexpensive meal has been put on a whole new pedestal with Bryan Flannery Wagyu Beef, a port reduction, and freshly shaved white truffles.The M.N.O. is available Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays in December at the King Street location (242 King).


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