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Fast-Casual Chain BurgerFi Is Coming to Rockville This Year

The burger operation joins the hospitality roster at the Pike & Rose complex this winter

Assorted offerings at BurgerFi.
Tierney Plumb is the editor of Eater DC, covering all things food and drink around the nation's capital.

Food-filled complex Pike & Rose is getting a new burger option this winter with the arrival of BurgerFi.

The expansion-minded burger chain will open in an area of Rockville sometimes called North Bethesda at 11881 Grand Park Avenue. BurgerFi has two other area locations in Silver Spring and Leesburg, which sport a modern and wood-heavy look.

The seven-year-old company, which has more than 100 locations from coast to coast, is known for its all-natural Angus beef patties that are free of steroids, antibiotics, and growth hormones. There’s also Vienna beef dogs, hand-cut fries, and crispy onion rings. Drinks include beer, wine, sugar cane sodas, and shakes.

The burger brand also makes a vegan plant-based “Beyond Burger” that “bleeds” beet juice, according to a review from The New York Times.

Pike & Rose is welcoming a clump of new restaurants this year, including Julii, a debut French-Mediterranean restaurant from the founders of fast-casual chain Cava, and a Jinya Ramen Bar — its third location in the D.C. area.