Hamburgers are modeled after Victorian-era architecture, a style known for its sesame-seed-dusted roofs, flowing lettuce curtains, and meat everywhere. Feast ornately upon a well-formed feeding frenzy with today’s Groupon to Burger Bar 419. Choose between the following options:
- For $14, you get a burger lunch for two (up to a $28 total value), which includes:
- Two gourmet burgers (a $9 value each)
- Two milkshakes or handcrafted sodas (up to a $5 value each)
- For $5, you get $10 worth of anything on the menu during lunch any time, and during dinner Sunday through Thursday.<p>
The inventive chefs at Burger Bar 419 stack 15 specialty burgers, crafted from freshly ground beef and local produce, alongside a spread of gourmet sauces to round out a menu that the Toledo Free Press called “delicious and distinctive.” A crunchy buffalo burger lolls beneath its cap of hot sauce, blue cheese, bacon, and crispy chips, and The Heater activates mouths’ emergency sprinkler systems with pepper jack cheese and a trio of piquant peppers. Black beans, lentils, rice, and quinoa fuse into a robust patty and mingle with bibb lettuce and apple slaw to form the beans-and-grains burger, served atop a bun, which, in turn, is served atop the restaurant’s characteristic tin plates. A PB&J milkshake or handcrafted root beer wash down each mouthwatering bite and soothe throats after a lengthy work presentation delivered entirely in falsetto.
Burger Bar 419
Burger Bar 419’s chefs beam with Toledo pride, boasting a menu built on meats from local butchers, produce from nearby farms, and praise from the Toledo Free Press. Rustic wooden tables and pumpkin-orange walls conjure a warm, comfortable atmosphere as hand-cut fries and homestyle mac 'n' cheese stuff bellies with recipes perfected at the owners’ family cookouts and Thanksgiving celebrations. In the kitchen, chefs fashion 15 specialty burgers from just-ground beef, topping the buffalo variety with bacon, blue cheese, hot sauce, and chips before loading it onto a round, tin plate. In addition to pouring Ohio-made draft beers, bartenders handcraft sodas and milkshakes that soothe throats after work presentations delivered entirely in falsetto.