P. Terry’s Burger Stand has just announced a new burger only and the opening of their 19th location near the UT campus, which features a newly re-designed dining room experience in response to COVID-19.

The Crispy Chicken Burger, their first new burger since the opening in 2005, will be available for a limited time at all 19 burger stands for $4.25 ($7.90 for a combo).

The Crispy Chicken Burger was inspired by P. Terry’s co-founder Patrick Terry and concepted in his kitchen at home. Featuring the concept’s all natural, fresh-ground chicken patty dipped in buttermilk and coated in crunchy panko breadcrumbs, the unique burger is topped with lettuce, tomato, pickles, mayo, and swiss cheese. A spicy Crispy Chicken Burger is also available by request and includes a spicy mayo, pepper jack cheese and grilled jalapenos.

The new West MLK location features a patio, dine-in seating and two drive-thru lanes. It’s located at 517 W. Martin Luther King Jr Blvd and is the first P. Terry’s to open its dining room since the start of the coronavirus closures back in March.


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