The majority of monolingual Americans are often bitterly disappointed when they find that René Magritte's Ceci n'est pas une cheeseburger is not a cheeseburger. Equip your hands with very real edibles with today's Groupon: for $7, you get $15 worth of American fare and drinks at Juicy Burgers & Dogs in Centennial.
Working with all-natural Colorado meats, house-made sauces, and fresh-chopped taters and onions, Juicy Burgers & Dogs crafts a quartet of char-grilled burgers and a foursome of frankfurters. Snag a Chicago-style barker ($3.69), two mini Kobe dogs ($5.59), or a fresh cheddar char burger ($5.29), then add on your choice of more than a dozen free toppings, including mustard and relish for the dogs, and grilled onions, aioli sauce, and ranch dressing for the patties. In between bites, toast a quelled Scrabble opponent's good sportsmanship with handfuls of home-cut fries ($1.79) and spoonfuls of home-style beef chili ($2.89). The drinks at Juicy Burgers & Dogs range from hot mochas ($3.29) to freezy root beer floats ($3.49) to Häagen-Dazs milk shakes ($3.99). Click here and here to view the menus.
Juicy Burgers & Dogs
Voted the Best Burger of 2012 by Westword, Juicy Burgers & Dogs doesn’t skimp on quality, using never-frozen meat, fresh veggies, and artisanal buns in its delectable offerings. Baked with organic rye flour, white and pumpernickel buns surround preservative- and filler-free patties with the perfect amount of open-flame char and mouthwatering juiciness. Guests can pick 100% fresh ground beef, Colorado ground lamb, or Red Bird Farms chicken breasts to fill the buns, adorned with spreadable sharp cheddar cheese or slices of Tillamook cheddar, as well as slabs of fresh veggies. Guests can also sink teeth into a juicy dog, choosing from a classic Vienna all-beef hot dog, char-grilled Kobe jumbo dog, or Sheboygan-style wisconsin beer brat. Main courses are accompanied by french fries, cut throughout the day from kennebec potatoes and fried in pure canola oil, and Häagen Dazs milk shakes, made solely from the milk of Danish-speaking cows.