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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.
- C$12.75 for two 55 cheeseburgers (a $14.50 value) and two orders of fresh-cut fries (a $3.50 value; a $21.50 total value)
Hand-pressed Angus beef patties sizzle beneath aged cheddar and bermuda onions, sailing into to-go sacks or feasted upon at an outdoor picnic table.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid with other in restaurant promotional offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Burger 55
On the way back from a trip to Las Vegas, Burger 55's co-owners Chris Boehm and Steve Jones cooked up an idea. Spurred by the belief that "burgers had become far too normal," Chris and Steve decided to open their own joint, a place where diners could create their dream burgers from handmade patties and fresh toppings. Their vision resulted in Burger 55, which makes its home in a renovated 1946 garage. Skilled burgersmiths guide patrons through the appetizing menu, which allows meal-seekers to choose one of the venue's signature creations, craft their own from premium ingredients, or provide guidance to staffers who “freestyle” a unique culinary creation based on the customer's tastes or astrological sign.
Six patty options—Angus beef, turkey, portabella mushroom, pork, wild British Columbian salmon, or the market-price burger of the month—form the base of savoury feasts, with eight cheeses and a selection of house-made sauces enhancing flavours. More than 20 available toppings, including roasted garlic, pancetta, and grilled peaches, add to each burger's already staggering height, which is rivaled only by a Tower of Pisa built from gingerbread.