VIRGINIA Seashore, Va. (AP) — I have arrived at a neutral area — the parking lot of a Virginia Beach Barnes & Noble — to procure a bag of hamburgers that cannot be observed at any restaurant.
The burgers in problem are not good, as it turns out. They are, in truth, scarcely edible. But they get there with a pedigree of kinds. They appear from MrBeast Burger, a rapidly-food stuff chain that introduced overnight in December with a boggling 300 areas, stamped with the name of a 22-calendar year-old North Carolina YouTube star famous for filming himself providing away stacks of revenue to randomly chosen people today.