The majority of monolingual Americans are often bitterly disappointed when they find that René Magritte's Ceci n'est pas une cheeseburger is not a cheeseburger. Today’s Groupon offers a remedy for that tragic misconception: for $5, you get $10 worth of Angus burgers, all-beef hot dogs, and more at Crazy G's, located on North Division Street. This deal is not valid for beer purchases.
Crazy G's delights meat-favoring omnivores with a menu brimming with thick, charbroiled burgers and other juicy American classics. Commence consumption with the Crazy Burger ($5.95), a 6-ounce Angus patty topped with cheese, caramelized onions, sautéed mushrooms, and a secret Crazy sauce unknown to all but a select few former KBG agents. By request, Crazy G's will bury patties under extra toppings, such as grilled jalapenos, sauerkraut, fresh onions, and tomatoes. The Crazy Philly Cheesesteak ($7.25) lets melted provolone, grilled onions, and grilled green peppers lounge atop a bunk bed of freshly sliced Angus sirloin, while the Super Crazy Dog ($5.95) sneaks smoked bacon and cheddar into an all-beef frankfurter. Fries or onion rings, as well as a drink, can be added to sandwiches and dogs for $2.50. All sandwiches are built to order and each is specially tailored to the preferences of picky taste buds.
Crazy G's was christened when its owner, retired engineer Gary Swiss, decided to open a burger joint, despite good-natured accusations from friends that he was crazy for doing so. Step inside Crazy G's asylum of palatable patties for proof that, as shown by Nietzsche and whoever invented crazy straws, insanity is always delicious.
- It’s a recipe that appeals to diners who place quality over fast, inexpensive food. – Spokesman-Review
- Good food, nice setting, privately owned local establishment. Way better than chain restaurants. Worth a try. – John C, Urbanspoon
- This place is GREAT all the way around... Food is very high quality, fresh, and prepared to order. Prices are reasonable for what you get, and it is a place I can't wait to go back to and eat. – Frank Fitchner, Urbanspoon
821 N Division St.
Spokane, Washington 99202Get Directions