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Chattanooga Burger Week returns April 10-16

Enjoy $7 burger deals from 25 local participating restaurants all week long.

NOOGAtoday | Chattanooga Burger Week

Prepare your heart, mind, and stomach for this week dedicated to burgers.

Photo provided by Chattanooga Burger Week

We hope you’re hungry. The third annual Chattanooga Burger Week will return April 10-16, offering $7 burger deals from local participating restaurants.

The themed week encourages folks to support Chattanooga’s food scene. This year, more restaurants than ever are joining in on the fun — 25 at this time, with more to be announced. You can expect deals from spots like Anomaly by Oddstory Brewing Co., Urban Stack, Jack Brown’s, and Basecamp (just to name a few).

Plus, for every spot you visit and enjoy specials, patrons will gain entries towards the Big Beefy Sweepstakes — which includes more than $600 in restaurant gift cards and prizes.

Note: we’ll make sure to update with more information as Burger Week approaches.

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