Fine-dining roots will help Larkburger build restaurants and sales in a better-burger segment already crowded by the 1,000-plus-unit Five Guys Burgers and Fries, according to officials of the burgeoning fast-casual chain.
 Larkburger has a menu of one-third-pound, charbroiled Black Angus beef and ground turkey burgers, and sandwiches made with adobo-marinated chicken breast and wasabi-ginger-sauced tuna steak. The concept also serves hand-cut russet fries — with the option of ...

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