Juicy, half-pound burgers are the cornerstone of the menu at Bennigan’s Grill & Tavern, the chain owned by Plano, Texas-based Metromedia Restaurant Group, but don’t bother asking for one “medium-rare.” Like many restaurant chains today, Metromedia has a strict policy that burgers will not be cooked less than an internal temperature of 160 to 165 degrees, which is typically medium-well, even if a customer begs for a less-than-thoroughly cooked patty.It’s not that the ...

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