Bobby’s Burger Palace

Pentagram’s new identity for Bobby’s Burger Palace in Lake Grove, Long Island.
Conveniently, each word in the name has six letters: sandwich them together and,
rather nicely, you get two buns, a burger (and some lettuce)
Burgers. They’ve been getting a bit of a bad press recently. So it’s nice to see a design studio having a decent pop at designing an identity for a range of burger restaurants, which, these days, could be thought of as a potentially healthy-eating (ahem) hot potato. But Pentagram has firmly grasped the buns here, so to speak, with its bright and bold identity work for celebrity chef Bobby Flay’s Burger Palace. To us it’s indicative of the time when chomping responsibly on the odd burger was supposed to be fun. Well at Bobby’s it clearly is, and Pentagram look to have made the experience a little more enjoyable…

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