Liberty Market's Annual Burger Daze Puts Everything from Linguini to Lobster Between Two Buns

Burger Daze, Liberty Market's annual celebration of all things burger kicks off today. So how does a Baked Bean Burger with candied bacon sound for dinner? The answer might be pretty boring when you consider The Billionaire Burger, made with a 4-ounce fillet, lobster tail, melted butter, and caviar, which will be featured later on in the event.

If you're not already familiar with the Gilbert restaurant's annual Burger Daze, it's a month-long event that brings 31 different burgers to Liberty Market over 31 days. It's also a dining challenge of sorts, as those big eaters who can put down 10 of the 31 creations will get a prize.

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This year's lineup of burger creations ranges from basic offerings such as the Liberty Mac -- two 4-ounce patties, American cheese, lettuce, pickles, onions, and secret sauce -- to the more unexpected Pasta House Burger, topped with linguine, marinara, Parmesan cheese and served on a garlic bread bun.

Other one-of-a-kind burger offerings also includes the hot and spicy 6 Alarm Burger with roasted jalapeños, roasted Thai chiles, habanero aioli, pepper jack cheese served on a jalapeño bun and the Asian-inspired Mu-Shoo with hoisin sauce, shredded pork, cabbage, carrots, mushrooms, and bean sprouts.

And don't think this event only appeals to meat eaters. There are several vegetarian options as well including the Portobello Quinoa burger that includes a portobello mushroom stuffed with quinoa, tomato, arugula, basil, and cashew cheese.

Those who make their way to the restaurant to enjoy 10 of the Burger Daze creations will receive a $25 gift card. And if you're brave enough to try them all, you can walk away with a $100 gift card prize.

All you have to do is save your receipts and bring them to the restaurant by September 7.

The price of each of the specialty burgers varies. You can view the complete lineup on the Liberty Market website.

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