Dating has historically been difficult for sandwiches, whose hard, crunchy shell often hides their soft, complex interior. Get to know these forlorn foodstacks with today's Groupon for California-style burgers and sandwiches at Malibu Shack. Choose between the following options:
For $13, you get a dinner for two (up to a $25.95 total value), which includes:
- One sidekick (up to a $5.99 value)
- Two entrees (up to a $7.99 value each)
- Two fountain drinks (a $1.99 value each)
For $10, you get $20 worth of California-style burgers and sandwiches.
With its recent grand opening, Malibu Shack makes a splash in the San Antonio culinary waters with a California-inspired debut menu brimming with fresh half-pound, hand-made 100% beef burgers on a bun of choice, taco plates, and battered seafood. Weigh gustatory possibilities over a starter of tortilla chips more endless than a sloth attack, and served with homemade guac and roasted pineapple pico de gallo ($4.99). Burgers fill out plates with never-frozen, 100% USDA beef and come loaded with eclectic fixin's such as honey-cured bacon and a sunny-side-up egg ($5.99) or jalapeños and chipotle ailoli ($4.99). An Asian-style taco plate lavishes hand-shaved rib eye with mandarin cabbage lime slaw in the embrace of corn tortillas ($6.49), and diners can lounge on the patio while grabbing fistfuls of beer-battered jumbo shrimp flaking with coconut or lightly battered fish and chips ($7.99 each).
The So-Cal–inspired eatery welcomes neighbors and far-flung wanderers into its surfboard-festooned dining room, painted in bright green and orange. Duos sip fountain drinks while reenacting scenes from Apocalypse Now amid potted fronds, and though not covered by this deal, tipplers can saunter over to the full-service bar made of bamboo. After the revels have come to an end, each Groupon guest takes home a certificate for 25% off their next visit.
Malibu Shack makes a splash in the San Antonio culinary waters with a California-inspired menu brimming with fresh half-pound, handmade 100 percent Angus beef burgers on buns of choice, taco plates, and battered seafood. The SoCal-inspired eatery welcomes neighbors and far-flung wanderers into its surfboard-festooned dining room, which is painted in bright green and orange. Patrons sip fountain drinks amid potted fronds, lounge on the outdoor patio, or saunter over to the 45-foot bar made of bamboo and spritzed with panda-repelling perfume.