Just Q’in BBQ in Walnut Hills to Launch Burger Love Cincy Ghost Kitchen This Week

The concept started as a "menu experiment" with burgers created from brisket trimmings at Just Q'in.

Burger Love Cincy started as a “menu experiment” at Just Q'in. - PHOTO: INSTAGRAM.COM/JUSTQINBBQ/
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Burger Love Cincy started as a “menu experiment” at Just Q'in.

Just Q'in BBQ in Walnut Hills has announced that starting Thursday, Jan. 27, its kitchen will be cooking up some delicious burgers and selling them from online ordering platforms under the name Burger Love Cincy.

Burger Love Cincy is a ghost kitchen: a business set up inside another restaurant's kitchen that creates delivery or take-out only meals only.

Per the kitchen's website, the concept started as a "menu experiment" with burgers created from brisket trimmings. Just Q'in chefs soon realized that from those pieces, they could create delicious burgers at a low cost.

The menu is small but mighty, with two cheeseburgers piled high with toppings. For $10, grab the "Really Good Cheeseburger" with one patty or the "Almost Too Big Cheeseburger" with two for $12. Both are topped with pickles and pickled red onions and smothered in melted American cheese on a toasted brioche bun.  Order a fountain drink and a bag of Hen of the Woods chips on the side.

According to Burger Love Cincy's website, the all-natural black angus beef is sourced from Fischer Farms in Indiana and is ground fresh twice a week.

You're not just enjoying a tasty meal when you order from Burger Love Cincy. Proceeds from purchases to toward local nonprofit RENEW Employment Services, which provides job training services.

Just Q'in is located at 975 E McMillan St, Walnut Hills. Find information at burgerlovecincy.com.

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