The Burger’s Priest: The Biggest Money Mistake I Ever Made

Source: borrowell.com

August 28, 2015

Borrowell interviewed The Burger’s Priest, aka Shant Mardirosian, on a bunch of money-related topics. Learn about the biggest money mistake he ever made, his advice to anyone starting a small business and more...


Burger’s Priest Channels NWA in Straight Outta Coxwell

Source: www.citynews.ca

August 21, 2015

“It’s a good time for us to tell our story. Some kids from Coxwell helped touch the world,” says the street-hardened voice, over an old-school beat. Ice Cube? Dr. Dre? Not quite. It’s Shant Mardirosian, founder of Toronto-based burger chain Burger’s Priest.


The National Post asks The Burger’s Priest to create the ultimate Canadian burger. The result is a combination of their signature patty, a Nova Scotia lobster claw and maple-infused bacon...


Ninth Burger’s Priest Location to Launch

Source: foodserviceandhospitality.com

June 9, 2015

Toronto’s entertainment district is prepped for the newest Burger's Priest location to open on June 12, 2015. Night owls will appreciate this location as it will be open until 4 a.m.


Toronto has marquee-name chefs, inventive up-and-comers, all kinds of shining examples of international cuisines. But the longest lines are at poutine shops, raucous bars with deep-fried snack menus or the almighty Burger's Priest.


Twyla Campbell joins The Burger’s Priest fold

Source: www.cbc.ca

April 20, 2015

Can eating a burger be a holy experience? Edmonton AM food reviewer Twyla Campbell has made pilgrimages to not one — but two — locations of new chain The Burger's Priest.


Toronto Burger Joint’s Allen Iverson Parody A Social Hit

Source: www.marketingmag.ca

December 17, 2014

The Burger’s Priest founder Shant Mardirosian talks about napkin shortage in low budget YouTube video that goes viral in a big way with “The Burger’s Priest blows up on food blogger Allen Iverson style.”


This might be the best video of the year. The Burger's Priest addressed a complaint from a food blogger that they don't put enough napkins in the bag when you get your burger.


Burger’s Priest praised by Guelph burger lovers

Source: www.guelphmercury.com

August 24, 2014

"The grand opening of the Guelph store had customers lined up out the door for about an hour. Once inside, burger lovers were able to see what makes this restaurant unique from other places like The Works, Wimpy's Diner or even McDonalds."


The Burger’s Priest begins service in Port Credit

Source: www.bramptonguardian.com

August 4, 2014

The latest location of the rapidly expanding Toronto-based chain opened its doors on Saturday evening, serving up its American-style burgers at a compact storefront near Hurontario and Lakeshore.