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Bobby Flay brings burgers to Burlington

Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff

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Celebrity chef Bobby Flay , who appeared at Mohegan Sun’s 10th annual Sun WineFest over the weekend, spent Sunday night at the Burlington Mall, where he opened a new location of his Bobby’s Burger Palace chain. Flay mingled with guests at the event and even served up burgers to Valerie Healey (right) and Gayle Hobgood (left), who, respectively, are the board president and director of People Helping People, Burlington’s community food pantry. Flay is donating $1 of every burger sold during his first week in business in Burlington to the nonprofit organization.

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