The Shula name is well-known to Floridians and football fans. And if the steak and burger restaurant company has its way, burger aficionados across the United States will know it, as well. The first Shula Burger, a fast-casual concept that employs several upscale twists, opened in November 2011. Since then, the brand has expanded to four locations, all in the Sunshine State, with a fifth on the way. Shula Burger is owned by 31-unit Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based Shula’s Steak Houses ...
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