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. Salute a savory meal with today’s Groupon to Chef Mike’s Charcoal Grill. Choose between the following options:
- For $15, you get a hamburger meal for two (up to a $30 total value) that includes:
- Two burgers of your choice (up to a $9.75 value each)
Two 23-ounce draft beers (a $5.25 value each)<p>
- For $30, you get a hamburger meal for four (up to a $60 total value) that includes:
- Four burgers of your choice (up to a $9.75 value each)
- Four 23-ounce draft beers (a $5.25 value each)<p>
Choose between two expiration dates for each meal.<p>
Chef Mike’s Charcoal Grill owner Mike Atherton draws upon 35 years of culinary experience to assemble a varied menu of made-from-scratch sandwiches, handmade grilled pizza, and the popular chef’s burgers. The house-specialty bourbon-chive burger ($8.99) serves up 8 ounces of expertly seasoned and grilled cow-meat patty nestled between freshly baked buns, and the Red Devil burger ($9.50) is heated up faster than a tin man in a lightning storm thanks to fresh jalapeños, havarti cheese, and Chef Mike’s special hot sauce. The pizza burger ($9.75) blankets sauce and mozzarella with pepperoni and mushrooms. A bar full of specialty craft beers mingles with Saturday night’s live music and Sunday afternoon’s sporting events, which are televised on wall-mounted big-screen TVs and then reenacted by former child stars.
The Fine Print
Expiration varies. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Must be 21 or older to consume alcohol. Must purchase 1 food item. Dine-in only. Must choose from menu. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Chef Mike’s Charcoal Grill
Owner and chef Mike Atherton draws upon 35 years of culinary experience and one huge Weber charcoal grill to ignite menus of burgers and pizzas that have found their way into the Indianapolis Star. After nestling flame-kissed meats between homemade buns and slathering them with flourishes—such as bourbon and made-from-scratch hot sauce and poppy seed dressing—chefs pronounce them ready to explore the roomy restaurant's wide-open spaces and wood-paneled bar. Local craft beers mingle with Sunday afternoon's sporting events, which are televised on wall-mounted big-screen TVs and then reenacted by former child stars.