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The Burger’s Priest is set to open two more locations

The Burger's Priest is set to open two more locations
(Image: The Burger’s Priest/Twitter)

Good news, west-enders (or bad news, possibly, if being tempted by monstrous stacks of beef, grilled-cheese sandwiches and battered vegetables isn’t something you need in your life right now). The Burger’s Priest has announced that its long-awaited Etobicoke location—the fifth Priest outlet in the GTA—will start serving burgers at 6 p.m. on Saturday, June 28. The restaurant is located at 1559 The Queensway between Algie and Atomic avenues, in close proximity to a Wendy’s and a Burger King, both of which should probably start preparing for a noticeable dip in traffic.

The chain is also set to announce the location of its sixth shop, which, according to this Facebook teaser, is coming to an as-yet-undisclosed “university town” on August 15. The most popular guess so far is Port Credit, close to U of T’s Mississauga campus, which would be consistent with some vague promises made by owner Shant Mardirosian back in 2012.

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