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Sesame's New Mt. Pleasant Location by the Numbers

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How many burgers does Sesame sell in a week? What is their most popular cheese? How much of that ketchup is made in-house? This and more vital information below as we break down BURGERS BY THE NUMBERS.


Burgers sold: 1,500 burgers per week
Pounds of meat: 777 pounds per week, includes beef, chicken, and turkey burgers, apple bacon, ham, and prosciutto
Gallons of ketchup: 16.2 gallons per week, over 60 percent of their ketchup in made in-house
Gallons of mayonnaise: 60 gallons per week
Bottles of mustard: 12 8 oz. bottles per week
Lettuce, tomatoes, onion and pickles: 3 cases of lettuce, 5 cases of tomatoes, 50 pounds of onions, 60 whole kosher dill pickles weekly

Most popular burger: The Down South burger is served with American cheese, caramelized onions, and bacon, lettuce, and tomato. The South Carolina (a house made pimento cheese burger with lettuce, red onion, and tomato) and the Park Circle (a sharp cheddar burger with coleslaw, barbecue sauce, and tomato) tie for a close second. ?
Sliders: 775 per week
Fries: 25 cases of frozen sweet potato and 20 cases of regular potato fries per week.
Most popular sides: They use 30 pounds of carrots and 30 pounds of cabbage a week for their house made coleslaw
Cheese: 180 pounds a week, with varieties ranging from fresh mozzarella curd to brie?
Most popular cheeses: 28% sharp cheddar. 11% blue cheese. 8 percent Swiss and goat cheese
Buns: 1282 buns per week, includes potato sesame, wheat, and gluten free bun options

Find out the stats for other burger places over at Eater National.

— Ashley Mason

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Sesame Burgers and Beer

4726 Spruill Ave North Charleston, SC 29405 (843) 554-4903