Burger 21 serves enough red meat to live up to its name, but the growing Tampa, Fla.-based chain devotes half the menu to non-beef sandwiches, a practice that allows the eatery to win over the veto vote, said VP Dan Stone. "With so much variety, Burger 21’s offerings appeal to all audiences and ages, particularly females, who often cast the veto vote when selecting a restaurant."
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