$10 for $20 Worth of Classic Diner Fare at Johnny Rockets

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Custom-grilled 1/3-pound burgers, and milk shakes made with premium ice cream and malt powder

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Expires Oct 17th, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Valid only at listed location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$10 for $20 Worth of Classic Diner Fare

Entrees include The #12 burger with cheddar, onions, and tangy red sauce ($8.49) and an all-beef chili dog with American fries or a side salad ($7.19). Vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry malts ($5.25) are made with premium ice cream and malt powder. View the full menu.

Johnny Rockets

Named for folklore legend Johnny Appleseed and the highway-cruising Oldsmobile Rocket 88, Johnny Rockets fashions edible slices of Americana from third-pound beef patties. The Montgomery Road location, like its siblings in casinos, cruise ships, and amusement parks, stocks its menu with malt-shop classics—including the founding original hamburger—and lines its interior with blenders of premium ice cream. Filled with seasonings and grilled to order, burgers such as the bacon-crowned Smoke House Single summon savory flavors to appease growling stomachs.

Philly-cheesesteak sandwiches pile chicken or sirloin and a choice of cheese atop hearth-baked amoroso rolls, and all-beef hot dogs dispense more sustenance than a turkey stuffed with cotton candy. Toast a platonic friend or a steamy plate of french fries with an original milk shake available in vanilla, chocolate, or strawberry.

Johnny Rockets

Named for folklore legend Johnny Appleseed and the highway-cruising Oldsmobile Rocket 88, Johnny Rockets fashions edible slices of Americana from third-pound beef patties. The Montgomery Road location, like its siblings in casinos, cruise ships, and amusement parks, stocks its menu with malt-shop classics—including the founding original hamburger—and lines its interior with blenders of premium ice cream. Filled with seasonings and grilled to order, burgers such as the bacon-crowned Smoke House Single summon savory flavors to appease growling stomachs.

Philly-cheesesteak sandwiches pile chicken or sirloin and a choice of cheese atop hearth-baked amoroso rolls, and all-beef hot dogs dispense more sustenance than a turkey stuffed with cotton candy. Toast a platonic friend or a steamy plate of french fries with an original milk shake available in vanilla, chocolate, or strawberry.: