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Regina's Fuddruckers Re-Opens Today And Everyone Is Freaking Out

It's been 10 years since we've tasted the delicious goodness that is a Fuddruckers burger and now the wait is finally over. After the iconic diner-style restaurant closed its doors in the late 90's and lettuce all down, Fuddruckers has decided to redeem itself in a big way and bring back that carb-induced love we've been missing.

Today, the new and improved Fuddruckers officially opens its doors and it's going to be total mayhem. In other words, if you're reading this right now, you should probably drop everything you're doing and get your hands on one of the world's greatest burgers. Rumor has it, you can create your own and it will be everything your taste buds are dreaming of.

Regina Fuddruckers is located at 2540 Victoria Avenue East. 

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