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Join Spike's Junkyard Dogs for Grand-Opening Today

Grand Opening of Spike's Junkyard Dogs and Stack-A Burger at 10:30 a.m. today at the Burlington Mall.

Would you like to try a hotdog or burger from one of Burlington's newest locations?

, recently opened in the food court of the , is inviting the public to come to the Man Bites Dog grand opening at 10:30 a.m. today.

The grand opening will feature fun for participants along with some free food. Chairman Spike, the English Bulldog mascot of Spike’s Junkyard Dogs, will be biting a length of linked hot dogs as his version of a ribbon cutting ceremony for the grand opening of his new restaurant at the food court, a release on the grand open states.

"After the ceremony and appropriate cuisine and beverage offerings, Spike will be available for photo ops and to meet and greet with his peeps at the Winchester Children’s Hospital Play Area adjacent to the food court," the release stats. "Spike is also looking forward to having his photo taken with Santa Claus in his workshop in the lower concourse at Burlington Mall."

About Spike's and Stack-A Burger:

Spike's is a quick service franchise restaurant concept, based in Cranston, Rhode Island. Spike's has created a successful new format for hot dog aficionados that is very fresh, fun and highly appealing to an enormously wide market. All the hot dogs, rolls, house mustard and root beer are made exclusively to the restaurant's specifications.  The theme of the restaurant is a clean “Junkyard” decorated with bright colors, stainless steel  and automotive memorabilia.

Also at this location, Spike's is introducing its new co-brand Stack-A Burger, designed to compliment Spike's famous hot dogs with an offering of Char Broiled Black Angus burgers.  For the Burlington Mall shopper the Stack-A Burger lives up to its name by giving the customer a choice of stacking up their choice of burger styles with one, two, three or more of the grilled two ounce patties.  Most kids like the single patty and most folks go for the regular two patties totaling four ounces of Angus beef.  There has already been orders for stacks of ten, twelve and sixteen patties (two pounds!).  Photos of the mega-eaters and their meals have been posted.

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