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What You'll Get
A burger should be held with two hands, much like a steering wheel or a big wooden trunk filled with cement. Hold on to your hamburger with this Groupon.
$7 for $14 Worth of Burgers and Sandwiches
Inside Big Jud’s menu, specialty toppings gussy up standard hamburgers ($3.49) into creations such as the reuben burger with pastrami, swiss cheese, and sauerkraut ($5.29). The mushroom-bacon burger mingles sautéed mushrooms with onions and bacon ($5.19), and the Big Jud special loads buns with a 1-pound patty, accompanied by a large order of fries and a drink ($14.99).
The Fine Print
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About Big Jud's
Celebrating 20 years at their Boise location and 1 year at their Meridian location, there are many potential explanations for the popularity of the specialty burgers at Big Jud's! It could be their inventive combinations of toppings such as green chili peppers, blue cheese, and onion rings. Or maybe it could be their gargantuan size. Adam Richman of the Travel Channel’s Man v. Food hit the nail on the head when he described the Double Big Jud burger as "so huge, it has its own gravitational pull." Adam’s rendition of the plate-sized, two-patty burger kept his frightened table from fleeing the scene with an anchor of bacon, mushrooms, and swiss and blue-cheese toppings. Today, the Man Versus Food burger stands in the menu as a testament to his courage to eat the entire thing himself.
Those who balk at the prospect of conquering a Big Jud burger alone can split a party-size combo with friends, or simply request one of the menu’s 12 smaller burgers. Though they owe their reputation to their beefy meals, Big Jud's chefs also cook chicken sandwiches and famously gargantuan fresh-cut fries, which Boise Weekly deemed "potato-based Lincoln Logs." For dessert, ice cream, milkshakes, and malts complete the restaurant’s old-fashioned-diner vibe.