Grill’d Kenmore Opens, Launches ‘Local Matters’ Program for Kenmore Community Groups

Grill’d Kenmore
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Kenmore and Chapel Hill residents will now have the pleasure of a world-class burger joint with a feel-good factor built in, as Grill’d opens it’s doors in the expanded corner location previously occupied by local favourite, Plum Cafe, at Kenmore Plaza.

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Grill’d Kenmore
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Fresh, healthy burgers are the star of the show at the new Grill’d location at the Kenmore Shopping Plaza. Still on a Grand Opening high, the place has seen excited patrons queuing up for their signature burgers, burgers, which are free from artificial colours, flavours, preservatives, antibiotics, and hormones.

The new Kenmore location will have all the signature Grill’d burger items on the menu, including the grass-fed beef pattie, lamb, and their gluten-free and dairy-free fried chicken variants.

At Grill’d, Local Matters

To further celebrate its Grand Opening, Grill’d is highlighting its support for great local causes by working with local community groups through its Local Matters program. 

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Local Matters is a program launched by Grill’d in 2011 as a way of giving back to local communities. Every burger equals one vote and diners will be able to get a token to vote in-restaurant or when ordering online.

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Similar to other locations across the country, Grill’d Kenmore will set up jars where customers can place their tokens.

The featured community groups for Grill’d Kenmore include McIntyre Centre, Kenmore Cricket Club, and Cubberla-Witton Catchments Network. Votes for the groups will be carried until the end of November 2022. 

Grill’d Kenmore
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At the end of the month, the community group whose jar has the most tokens will receive $300, whilst the 2nd and 3rd will be given $100 each.

Since introducing this program, Grill’d has supported over 30,000 community groups, organisations, and projects and has given back over $6 million to local communities.

Local community groups close to Grill’d Kenmore may apply for a jar by visitng the Grill’d website.

Cr Greg Adermann with young owners Georgia and Kirrah.
Photo Credit: Facebook/Cr Greg Adermann

Meanwhile, Councillor for Pullenvale Ward Greg Adermann graced the October 13th opening, wishing the owners, young entrepreneurs Georgia and Kirrah, success for their new venture.

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Grill’d Kenmore is located at Kenmore Plaza Shopping Centre, just off Moggill Rd. They operate daily, from 10:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.