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Burger Brackets: It’s Time for the Semi-Finals!
We’re on to the final four in the Burger Brackets. Who’ll make it through to the finals? Who will be cast aside? Vote now for your choice.
Comments () | Published March 25, 2009

Well, folks, here we are. After several weeks of frenzied voting, of up-and-down face-offs, of two burger legends getting kicked out far earlier than anyone anticipated, we've finally made our way to the Burger Brackets quarter finals. The final four. Who's left? We've got…

BLT Steak

Elevation Burger

Chadwicks

EatBar

And with that, let's kick off the quarter-final voting. Today's match-up will stay open until 2 PM tomorrow, and then we'll announce the next face-off, which will be open until Friday at 2 PM. And then, we'll have reached the finals! Voting for the final face-off of the Burger Brackets will stay open a whole week.

So! Without any further ado, today's match-up is…

Just a reminder: you can keep tabs on all the Burger Brackets and browse through past ones here.    

BLT Steak: The juicy $16 lunchtime burger at BLT Steak is made from Black Angus beef and served on an old-school sesame bun.

Elevation Burger: This Falls Church burger joint, known for its organic burgers and olive oil-cooked fries, crushed (we repeat, crushed) its competition earlier in the brackets. Its devoted followers turned out in hordes, flooding our comments boards.

Who makes the better burger? Vote in the poll below, spread the word to your friends, then leave your thoughts in the comments.  Voting for Elevation vs. BLT Steak will go until 2 PM tomorrow, Thursday, March 26.

Keep tabs on all the Burger Brackets here.

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