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$14.75 for a lobster-roll meal ($21.57 total value)
- One lobster roll ($15.99 value)
- One order of regular fries ($2.99 value)
- One soda ($2.59 value)
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BGR The Burger Joint
BGR The Burger Joint’s burgers start with high-quality ingredients—most importantly, all-natural beef from grain-fed cattle, free to run in the fields and given zero hormones, fillers, or antibiotics. The prime beef is dry-aged, blended, and ground fresh to form patties that are grilled over an open flame, and then placed atop buttery, locally made brioche buns delivered fresh each day. The menu focuses on the Legendary Burger, which includes gourmet toppings such as avocado, applewood bacon, and grilled jalapenos. For nonbeef eaters, the menu's selection of burgers also includes turkey and veggie varieties, as well as The Greek, a seasoned lamb patty topped with tzatziki and feta. Burgers are also available in a lettuce wrap or on a salad in a healthy salad bowl.
Diners can request all of BGR The Burger Joint's freshly made fries—from thick-cut yukon gold potatoes to asparagus fries—be topped with parmesan, rosemary, roasted garlic, or a tiny tiara. The staff hand-spins shakes with Gifford's or Breyers ice cream to create extra-thick treats for finishing off meals, and some shops curate their own selection of bottled vintage sodas and offer beer and wine.
Tips from Groupon Customers
“Great tasting burger served with side order of bountiful fries and huge onion rings.”
“Awesome Lobster roll, had sweet potato fries, not overly fried, just crisp enough outside, soft inside. Lobster roll was claw meat, needed no mayo or anything, ate...”
“Awesome Lobster roll, had sweet potato fries, not overly fried, just crisp enough outside, soft inside. Lobster roll was claw meat, needed no mayo or anything, ate lobster with a fork and only 1/2 of 1 roll,3 rolls were part of the sandwich needed to hold the Lobster. Will go back”