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Farm Burger opening inside Midtown Whole Foods next week 

Decatur-based grassfed burger chain Farm Burger is slated to open its latest location next week, inside the largest Whole Foods in the southeast.

Farm Burger, which is set to open July 24, will serve a variety of grassfed, grass-finished beef burgers, as well as chicken and pork burgers, vegan offerings and salads, most made with ingredients sourced from local producers. Beverage options will include 12 beers on tap including local options from Creature Comforts, SweetWater Brewery and Three Taverns, milkshakes and Red Hare root beer on draft. 

The space will offer indoor seating for 86 and outdoor seating for 28, and will have a separate street level entrance with access to the store above, with hours from 11 a.m.–10 p.m. daily.

The eatery opens as part of the Friends of Whole Foods Market program, which brings culinary and lifestyle brands into its stores.

“Farm Burger’s focus on high-quality, locally sourced ingredients and their commitment to nourishing the community make them an excellent partner for Whole Foods Market,” said regional vice president of Whole Foods Market South Region Thea Ermalovich-Hayek in a prepared statement.
The Midtown location marks Farm Burger’s seventh restaurant in Georgia, joining locations in Decatur, Dunwoody, Buckhead, Grant Park, Peachtree Corners and inside the Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The fast-casual eatery also has restaurants in Alabama, North Carolina and Tennessee. The restaurant was founded in 2010 by organic rancher Jason Mann and restaurateur George Frangos.

As part of the Whole Foods opening, Farm Burger has partnered with Global Growers to raise money for the organization during its private Friends & Family preview events.

22 14th St. NW, Atlanta. farmburger.com

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