$10 for $20 Worth of American Food at Eastfield Bar & Grill
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A burger should be held with two hands, much like a steering wheel or a big wooden trunk filled with cement. Hold on to your hamburger with this Groupon.
$10 for $20 Worth of American Food
The menu includes entrees such as Five Alarm burgers ($9), blackened-salmon sandwiches ($9), Chicago–style hot dogs ($6), and Raging Cajun Pasta ($12).
Eastfield Bar & Grill
The cooks at Eastfield Bar & Grill cook up specialty burgers, hot dogs, and American favorites to complement their selection of bottled and draft beers. Eastfield's signature burgers stake their reputation on their locally acquired, grass-fed beef stored in a Hamburglar-proof vault. The Crooked carolina burger glistens with a layer of blueberry-chipotle barbecue sauce, and the Christmas dinner burger makes taste buds nostalgic for the holidays with its turkey patty and cranberry mayo.
Like any dutiful sports bar, the eatery boasts TVs that screen games. Those walls also feature wood trim that borders exposed-brick walls, and whimsical plaques and signs impart the authentic bar-and-grill aesthetic. Eastfield Bar & Grill also hosts live music on Thursdays, and its well-padded booths ensure you don't to bring your own upholstery kit and couch stuffing.
Entrees such as the Three Alarm burger—an Angus beef patty topped with jalapeño-smoked bacon, habanero hot sauce, and spicy relish
The Fine Print
Expires 150 days after purchase.
Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Not valid for alcohol.
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