The Great Cheeseburger Feast : Celebrating National Cheeseburger Day
Lionel Sternberger invented the cheeseburger in 1926 while working at his father’s Pasadena, California sandwich shop, The Rite Spot.
Still, Its origins and the specific founder of the holiday remain unclear, but it has gained popularity in recent years.
From Monday, Sept. 18, to Wednesday, Sept. 20, the burger joint is offering a single Classic Smash Burger for just $5.
From Sept. 12 to Nov. 30, the burger joint is offering a buy-one-get-one-free shake special online every day
At Wendy’s. From Sept. 18 to Sept. 22, the chain is offering a Jr. Bacon Cheeseburger for just 1¢ with any purchase.
Over the years, various restaurants and chefs have attempted to create the largest or most expensive cheeseburger
McDonald’s will give double cheeseburgers for 50 cents when customers order exclusively through the McDonald’s App.
The addition of cheese to hamburgers is believed to have emerged in the 1920s, revolutionizing the taste and appeal.
Cheeseburgers typically consist of a beef patty, cheese, lettuce, tomato, and various toppings, all in a bun.