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Do you miss the taste of a Holy Chicken sandwich? What about a 6-ounce Holy Burger with cheese and all its classic toppings? I know you definitely miss the mouth-watering Holy Sauce. You’re not alone, friend.

Burger fans in New York City have been eagerly awaiting the reopening of Holy Cow, ever since the close of its popular Midtown location.

Last Tuesday the restaurant announced on Instagram that it would be opening the doors of its brand new Canal St. location on December 13th at 8pm. The grand opening event is not to be missed - the first 100 customers will receive a complimentary Holy Chicken sandwich. 

A huge sigh of relief was released from Instagram followers who had waited long enough and couldn’t wait any longer. 

You must be thinking, why can’t you people just get a burger from somewhere else? What’s the big deal anyway? 

Here’s what differentiates Holy Cow from other burger joints in the city:

Holy Cow uses a special blend of chuck, short rib and brisket for their 6-ounce Holy Burger. The meat  is ethically sourced from cows that are fed high-quality grass-corn ratios for incredibly flavorful meat. If that’s not enough to convince you, the meat sourced by Holy Cow is certified 100% Zabihah Halal and sourced by Hal&Al Meats and Provisions! 

This isn’t your typical halal cheeseburger, to say the least. 

That’s not all. Holy Cow is also inclusive of vegetarian and vegan diners! It carries the Impossible Burger, a plant-based patty that smells, tastes and looks just like real meat!

Owners of the restaurant are hinting at a few changes to their menu and upgrades to their restaurant, including year-round breakfast as well as the addition of a soft serve ice cream machine! No, it won’t always be out of service (looking at you, major burger chain, name not to be mentioned).

Will you be attending the grand opening event?



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