The next big fast food chain is finally getting a burger that is tasty and spicy.
The New York-based chain, Paradise Burger, has announced it is getting rid of its iconic hamburger bun for a burger made from a crispy, tasty new type of beef.
The burger will be available in select restaurants and markets around the world in 2017, and the burger will feature a new, crispy bun that has a crispy coating on the outside.
A crispy coating is the same thing that gives a burger its signature crunchy texture, but it is not as tough as the patty that is traditionally served on a bun.
It is a type of crust that is made by rolling dough onto a parchment-like surface.
Paradise Burger will also use a unique process to make the burger, making the dough crispy, rather than the usual breading method.
The new burger will also feature an extra crispy layer on top of the bun that is supposed to enhance the taste and texture of the burger.
The burger will go on sale this fall in select markets, including San Francisco, Washington, D.C., New York, and Chicago.
Paradise Burger, which launched in 2016, is a new fast food company.
It aims to bring back the family restaurant experience and has created a menu with some of the world’s best burgers.
The company has about 30 restaurants in North America and the Middle East.
The company’s first location opened in Chicago in 2017.
The first Paradise Burger in Chicago was sold out before it opened.
The brand is expected to expand its footprint in North and Central America.
Parade Cafe in Los Angeles was also the first in the country to get a burger in 2017 and has since expanded into more locations around the country.
The Paradise Burger burger will not be available at those restaurants, according to the company.
The Paradise Burger is available in its newest locations in Los, California, and Las Vegas, Nevada.