Two Benson spots — 1912 and Benson Brewery — plan a weeklong "burger war" to settle which restaurant has the best burger, and you can help decide.
Diners who visit both restaurants and try their burgers between Jan. 27 and Feb. 2 can vote online for the best.
The menu will include the signature burger from each restaurant along with a featured burger created for the event. After a diner tries one of the burgers, he or she will get a coupon for $5 off a burger at the other restaurant.
Benson Brewery is at 6059 Maple St., and 1912 is at 6201 Maple St.
For more information, visit facebook.com/events/306675033293270.
The best of 2018: Movies, music, food and more
World-Herald features writers chronicle their favorites from the past year.
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