ORLANDO, Fla. – A burger restaurant that started in Detroit and currently operates out of Tennessee is getting ready to open a Central Florida location just down the street from Universal Orlando.
Jaws Jumbo Burger is themed after the 1975 blockbuster movie Jaws. According to a news release, the restaurant currently operates in White House, Tennessee but was started in Detroit in 1985.
According to the release, the restaurant will feature a 6-foot by 12-foot screen which will serve as a virtual shark aquarium. It will also have a 10-foot great white shark replica hanging from the ceiling and original movie posters from the release of Jaws.
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The menu features single, double and triple patty burgers, along with specialty burgers named after famous late-night hosts such as Jay Leno and David Letterman. Additionally, customers can also find chicken and fish sandwiches on the menu along with fries, onion rings and milkshakes.,
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The new Central Florida location is planning to open in Dr. Phillips by April 2023, the company said, though it did not supply a specific address.