In the early 1930s, propagandists for the spinach lobby bribed animators to revise Popeye cartoons, erasing all traces of Wimpy's burger-activated invisibility powers. Show your support for delicious cow-meat patties with today's Groupon: for $6, you get $15 worth of classic American eats from Cheeburger Cheeburger in Pleasant Ridge Town Center
With five sizes of burger, 32 free toppings, and up to 378,000 possible flavor combinations for shakes and malts, Cheeburger Cheeburger is a perfect stop for picky eaters and brilliant statisticians alike. This national 50s-style burger joint is notable for its sweeping menu of sandwiches, platters, and shakes, as well as its commitment to quality ingredients, such as Naturewell natural Angus beef. Everything is cooked to order, including the fresh-cut fries ($2.29–$4.09) and battered onion rings ($3.19–$5.19). Burgers range from the Classic ($5.29), weighing in at 5.5 ounces before cooking, to the signature Famous Pounder, a 20-ounce slab of bovine ecstasy ($10.49). Champion beefeaters can earn their photograph on the "Wall of Fame" for slaying this burger behemoth. Herbivores can opt for the grilled portobello-mushroom melt with sautéed onions and swiss cheese on rye ($7.19), or the veggie burger ($5.99), whereas lovers of air-meat can indulge in the My Bleu Chicken ($7.19), a grilled chicken breast smothered in swiss and blue cheese. Carbophobes can avoid filling up on bread with bun-free CheePlatters, sandwich fillings served with choice of cheese, toppings, side, dipping sauce, side salad or coleslaw, and sautéed onions ($9.99), or meal-sized, custom salads (starting at $6.69).
With its retro décor and traditional diner fare, Cheeburger Cheeburger will make you pine for the good old days of rock 'n' roll and McCarthyism. Saddle up to the chrome soda fountain for a syrupy soda ($2.59) or classic egg cream (chocolate or vanilla, $2.39), or share a thick, icy malt (combine any number of flavors, $4.39 for a regular) with your favorite leader of the pack before embarking on a 10-day joyride culminating with a last kiss on Dead Man's Curve.
Taste buds do the talking when it comes to making a burger, chicken sandwich, or grilled cheese at Cheeburger Cheeburger. That’s because customers, rather than cooks, design what's for dinner. After selecting a base—whether an all-natural Angus burger, a chicken patty, a veggie patty, or a type of cheese—customers deck it with their choice of 29 complimentary toppings such as roasted red peppers, steak sauce, and chopped garlic.
Customers can also build their own salad or garden diorama with a choice of 24 salad fixings. Freshly gilded fries and onion rings round out entrees. For dessert, cooks blend Edy’s Grand ice cream with syrup and candies to create 1 of 1,258,000 possible shake flavor combinations. Thanks to its neon color scheme and oldies music, the restaurant brims with a vintage ambiance.