The hamburger is an edible American icon, much like coleslaw made with shredded Norman Rockwell paintings. Bread, bite, and chew with today’s Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of burgers at Back Yard Burgers. Choose between the following locations: Memorial Drive and Mingo Road locations.
Back Yard Burgers’ chefs sizzle patties of Black Angus beef to craft the menu’s specialty cuisine, and an abundance of other classic American fare complements the bun-based delectable. Let go of a radiator to warm hands with the tasty heat of a Back Yard burger, which spans the chasm between bun halves with garden-fresh lettuce, tomatoes, and pickles, all around a 1/3-pound of beef ($3.89). Hawaiian chicken sandwiches bring together charbroiled chicken breast and grilled pineapple ($4.39). Sides such as chili cheese fries ($2.59) pair well with hand-dipped milk shakes ($2.99), and diners whose cup still has not runneth over with Americana can sip from the goblet of a root-beer float.
Back Yard Burgers
Any home griller knows you don’t have to be a beef expert to make a tasty burger, but it helps if you’re trying to make a burger that stands out from the competition Back Yard Burgers’ beef experts are there for exactly that reason, working closely with the staff to help them understand the best cuts of beef, how to form patties to retain their juices, and how to grill them to sizzling perfection. With so much work put into their creation, the chefs would never think of warming their signature Black Angus burgers under a heat lamp, and so they cook them to order on an actual grill. As a result, each burger evokes memories of a real backyard barbecue, but without all the kids spraying guests with hoses.
A full menu of toppings complements the Angus beef’s juicy flavors, offering a range of textures and tastes in the form of bacon and mushrooms, Creole mayonnaise, or hot pepper jack cheese and coleslaw. And though the chefs pride themselves on their burgers, they do make room on their grills to char-grill turkey burgers and blacken chicken patties for signature sandwiches such as the hawaiian chicken and turkey club. The fresh grilled food pairs well with sides such as root beer floats, sweet potato fries, and loaded baked potatoes, as well as fresh-baked cobblers with fruit fillings that change from day-to-day.