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Niagara Falls: Hard Rock celebrates birthday with burger deal


Sat, Jun 10th 2017 05:00 pm
Hard Rock Cafe, Niagara Falls USA, celebrates 46th birthday with 71-cent burgers for civil servants
Hard Rock Cafe, Niagara Falls USA, is ready to celebrate like it's 1971!
On June 14, 1971, two music-loving Americans, Isaac Tigrett and Peter Morton, opened the first-ever Hard Rock Cafe in London and an iconic brand was born. After Eric Clapton asked to hang his guitar in that location, Tigrett and Morton had a vision to combine music, memorabilia and food for a one-of-a-kind guest experience.
To honor the brand's founders and celebrate its birthday on Wednesday, June 14, Hard Rock Cafe, Niagara Falls USA, will offer civil servants who visit the cafe any Legendary Burger for only 71 cents.
"At 46 years old, Hard Rock Cafe locations across the country will help celebrate the brand's birthday in true rock-star fashion," said Alex Merchan, senior director of marketing for Hard Rock International. "Civil servants with a valid badge are encouraged to stop by their local cafe to enjoy a sizzling Legendary Burger for only 71 cents."
Hard Rock Cafe's Original Legendary Burger features a Certified Angus Beef patty topped with smoked bacon, cheddar cheese, a golden fried onion ring, crisp lettuce and vine ripened tomato, served on a toasted brioche bun with Hard Rock's seasoned fries. All burgers are made with the highest quality meats, fresh toppings, savory sauces and rich, melted cheeses.
Hard Rock Cafe, Niagara Falls USA, is located at 333 Prospect St., at the foot of Prospect Park. For more information, call 716-282-0007 or visit http://www.hardrock.com/cafes/niagara-falls-usa/.
To receive any Legendary Burger (pictured) for 71 cents on June 14, civil servants must present proper identification, including a badge stating their eligible status. Offer does not include "World Burger Tour" burgers. The offer is valid only for dining-in at participating Hard Rock locations, limited to one item per person, and restrictions apply.

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