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What You'll Get
Restaurants increasingly provide information about the beef they serve, such as whether it was grass fed and if that grass was nourished with delicious beef. Know what you're eating with this Groupon.
$12 for Craft Burgers for Two (Up to $23.98 Total Value)
- Two craft burgers (a $9.99 value each)
- Two sides (up to a $2 value each) The menu includes craft burgers such as the Polish Hill burger topped with a pierogi, the Harmony burger with barbecue aioli, and the Polamalu with grilled pineapple. A sampling of sides pair nicely with meals including mac ‘n’ cheese and coleslaw.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Not valid for build-your-own burger or Market Inspired Seafood Burger. Not valid toward the purchase of alcohol. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Burgh’ers Restaurant
As the winner of WPXI's 2011 Pittsburgh’s Best Burger contest, Burgh’ers Restaurant testifies to the fact that chef Fiore Moletz knows how to combine business and family. As a boy, he learned to cook from his mother and grandmother, who would teach him the basics as they prepared weekly feasts for their large Italian family. The skills he learned from those marathon family-cooking sessions colors his work at Burgh’ers Restaurant, where he tops his unique hamburgers with Italian herbs such as fennel, along with locally sourced vegetables and hormone-free black angus beef raised in nearby Saxonburg. Chef Moletz’s restaurant not only reflects his own culture, but the city’s as well, with burgers named for Pittsburgh neighborhoods and a bar stocked with eight local microbrews on tap, whiskey, and seasonal craft cocktails. The handcrafted bar top was even constructed by an area artisan, and meals are served on stainless-steel plates to prevent professional wrestlers from shattering them on each other’s heads when the referee turns his back.