Napoleon Burger Is Giving Away Free Burgers Today
Napoleon Burger, Union Taco chef-owner Nick Farina’s new spot at 4229 Main, opens today at noon. And the first 100 customers will get a complimentary burger.
But you know what’s even better than a free burger? The chance to give back with a donation to the nonprofit Anti Bully Squad foundation — which is exactly what Farina’s business partner, his 11-year-old son Alex, is doing.
When Union Taco moved a block away to its shiny, expanded location at 4161 Main Street, Farina wanted to put a new concept into the old space. Alex suggested that they opening a burger spot together — and pledged to donate his share of the profits to the foundation, which is run by NFL kicker (and Philly-area native) Brandon McManus of the Denver Broncos.
During today’s opening, guests receiving free burgs are encouraged to throw some dollars into the donation box to support the Anti Bully Squad’s mission to create a permanent solution to bullying through education, awareness and prevention.
Napoleon Burger’s menu features beef and black bean-based veggie burgers, crinkle-cut fries, soft drinks, and milkshakes, with burger toppings like American cheese, jalapeño, sautéed mushrooms, caramelized onions and pickles, as well as bacon or avocado for $1 apiece. There’s also a fried chicken sandwich on the menu — and all sandwiches and burgers are served on potato rolls, natch.
Napoleon Burger is open from noon until 8 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.