Cool Al's

Jackson

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Southern Living –approved burgers made with ingredients such as blue cheese or chopped bacon blended into the meat

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The hamburger, America's national meal, has always been served during Independence Day cookouts and the competitive-eating portion of presidential debates. Eat like Ike with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $10 for $20 worth of burgers and fries for parties of two or more
  • $20 for $40 worth of burgers and fries for parties of four or more

The menu includes jalapeño burgers ($5.60 for an 8 oz. patty), Cajun bacon blue-cheese burgers ($7.80 for an 8 oz. patty), and West African veggie burgers made with black-eyed peas and spicy ginger-tomato dipping sauce ($5.25).

Cool Al's

The burgers at Cool Al's aren't fast food. Each patty is made to order, so the preparation takes a bit longer than standard drive-thru food or reconstituted astronaut burgers. These are worth the wait, though; the spot, formerly known as Stamps Superburgers, has garnered praise from local press as well as national publications such as Southern Living.

Cool Al's kitchen crew sculpts ground turkey or beef into patties that range in size from 5 to 15 ounces, and they blend ingredients such as habanero peppers or chopped bacon directly into the meat to intensify the flavor of every bite. There are plenty of meatless options, too, including a Jamaican black-bean burger infused with fresh ginger and a West African black-eyed-pea burger paired with a spicy ginger-tomato sauce. To concoct their signature side dish, the cooks fashion Mississippi-grown sweet potatoes into chips before dusting the slices with salt and pepper or cinnamon and sugar.

Cool Al's

The burgers at Cool Al's aren't fast food. Each patty is made to order, so the preparation takes a bit longer than standard drive-thru food or reconstituted astronaut burgers. These are worth the wait, though; the spot, formerly known as Stamps Superburgers, has garnered praise from local press as well as national publications such as Southern Living.

Cool Al's kitchen crew sculpts ground turkey or beef into patties that range in size from 5 to 15 ounces, and they blend ingredients such as habanero peppers or chopped bacon directly into the meat to intensify the flavor of every bite. There are plenty of meatless options, too, including a Jamaican black-bean burger infused with fresh ginger and a West African black-eyed-pea burger paired with a spicy ginger-tomato sauce. To concoct their signature side dish, the cooks fashion Mississippi-grown sweet potatoes into chips before dusting the slices with salt and pepper or cinnamon and sugar.

Customer Reviews

The Food was Great and I look forward to bringing the whole family.
Reginald W. · December 17, 2012
Great food
Aimee L. · December 12, 2012
Great food
Harrison M. · December 11, 2012

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