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What You'll Get
The hamburger, America’s national meal, has always been served during Independence Day cookouts and the competitive-eating portion of presidential debates. Take a patriotic bite with today's Groupon: for $12, you get a gourmet burger meal for two at Burgh'ers Restaurant (a $25.98 total value) in Harmony. The meal includes:
- A salad to share (a $6 value)
- Any two burgers, which come with fries or a side salad (a $9.99 value each)
Burgh'ers chefs furnish farm-raised Angus beef patties with colorful combinations of seasonal, local produce to create 11 gourmet burgers, voted the Best Burgers in Pittsburgh in a WPXI poll. Salads amalgamate fresh mixed greens, carrots, sweet peppers, and onions in a photosynthetic crucible with blue cheese crumbles that is then drizzled with ranch or honey vinaigrette. Put the lauded meats to the test with a bite of the Pitt's burger, layered with cheddar, fresh coleslaw, pickle chips, and a final drizzle of Burgh'ers special sauce. The Polish Hill dons a fried pierogi, a mound of cheddar, caramelized onions, and mayo, and the Liberty burger's american cheese and pickle chips combo is blanketed in romaine and onion and served with a copy of the Bill of Rights. Piles of hot fresh-cut fries round out meals and provide delicious games of pick-up sticks. Guests can log onto the complimentary WiFi to turn lunch into a business meeting or avoid leaving virtual pets alone in a chat room for too long.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 25, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in and carryout only. Not valid for Build Your Own burger option. 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.