The hamburger, America’s national meal, has always been served during Independence Day cookouts and the competitive-eating portion of presidential debates. Proudly wave patriotic patties with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of burgers, sandwiches, and hand-dipped milk shakes at Back Yard Burgers. This Groupon is valid at the following locations: Fayetteville, Ozark, Rogers, and three locations in Springfield.
At Back Yard Burgers, chefs seal in the succulence of the menu's Black Angus burgers, charbroiling them fresh to order atop a flame-caressed grill. The 2/3-pound burger ($5.19) dons a tutu of green lettuce and vine-ripened tomatoes, and soars to mouthwatering heights with the addition of chili or sautéed mushrooms ($0.65 each). Hickory-smoked bacon and blue cheese patrol the perimeters of the black-and-blue bacon cheeseburger ($4.39), and the Black Jack burger ($4.19) jolts tongues out of a lamp-sticking stupor with creole mayonnaise and pepper jack cheese. Grill savants also guss up marinated chicken sandwiches ($4.19) with grilled pineapple and hawaiian sauce or tangy honey-mustard sauce and bacon ($4.19). For dessert, hand-dipped milk shakes cool down mouths with creamy strawfuls of vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, or Oreo flavors ($2.99).
Back Yard Burgers
The Back Yard Burgers story begins more than 25 years ago in the small town of Cleveland, Mississippi. It was here in 1987 that Lattimore Michael first began making homemade burgers in his grocery store. Before he knew it, the popularity of his burgers began to skyrocket, and a year later Lattimore was able to open the flagship Back Yard Burgers location. Fast forward to present day, and the crew at each Back Yard Burgers still serves up 100% North American Black Angus beef burgers and sandwiches cooked to order. They charbroil signature creations such as the barbecue bacon cheeseburger, a 1/3-pound patty topped with hickory-smoked bacon, american cheese, and barbecue sauce, as well as signature chicken sandwiches. Angus beef chili and 100% beef hot dogs round out the menu, complemented by hand-dipped shakes and malts just like grandma used to make and grandpa used to hide in his underwear drawer.