Supreme Burger uses food to drive social change in Atlanta and beyond

In the early 1980s, Lawrence Shamsid-Deen ran and operated Supreme Fish, one of Atlanta’s first Black-owned franchises. Fast-forward nearly 41 years, Shamsid-Deen’s son, Waleed, runs and operates Supreme Burger, expanding the brand with his wife Quiana. Supreme Burger—known for gourmet burgers, sandwiches, and quick service—also aims to be a company that gives to the community. Under the Supreme Family Foundation, […]In the early 1980s, Lawrence Shamsid-Deen ran and operated Supreme Fish, one of Atlanta’s first Black-owned franchises. Fast-forward nearly 41 years, Shamsid-Deen’s son, Waleed, runs and operates Supreme Burger, expanding the brand with his wife Quiana. Supreme Burger—known for gourmet burgers, sandwiches, and quick service—also aims to be a company that gives to the community. Under the Supreme Family Foundation, […]Read MoreThe Atlanta Voice

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