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'War Pigs' burger celebrates return of Black Sabbath

July 26, 2012|By Renee Pinckney | For RedEye

To celebrate the return of Black Sabbath to Chicago, Lockdown Bar and Grill has created a burger that's inspired by the heavy metal band's 1970 song, "War Pigs."

During Lollapalooza weekend, August 3-5, the restaurant will sell the "War Pigs" burger, which consists of four different types of meat including bacon, angus beef, prosciutto and carnitas.

The burger is regularly known as the "cruelty to animal burger" on the menu, but the restaurant is changing things up and dedicating it to the band, which headline at the annual Chicago music festival.

"It's called War Pigs because the angus beef patty, carnitas, bacon and prosciutto are all types of pigs warring for the attention of your taste buds on top of the burger," a rep from Lockdown Bar and Grill told the RedEye. "We're already a pretty rock and metal bar so we're excited about having Ozzie come out."

The burger will be $13 and is served with choice of hand-cut fries, side salad or baked mac and cheese.

Lockdown Bar and Grill is at 1024 N. Western Ave.

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