Going out to a restaurant with your family is a great way to catch up and an even better way to prove to your parents that you’ve finally learned to eat without screaming between bites. Reveal the new you with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$10 for a burger meal for two (up to a $20.14 total value)
$20 for a burger meal for four (up to a $40.28 total value)
Each person receives:
- One burger (up to a $6.79 value)
- One small order of fries (a $1.49 value)
- One drink (up to a $1.79 value)<p>
Classic half-pound burgers adorned with cheese and bacon share menu space with innovative twists. The Island burger is topped with swiss cheese, teriyaki sauce, and a pineapple ring, and the South of the Border sports grilled onions and jalapeños, pepper jack cheese, and habanero sauce.<p>
Double E Burger and Ice Cream Shoppe
Double E's founders, brothers Kevin and Shannon, wanted to build more than a restaurant—they wanted to create a community hub where families could dine together or pop in for a quick treat. Given this vision, its no surprise to see the wives of the brothers scooping out ice-cream sundaes or sister Carol in the back cooking up famous cherry and chocolate fried pies created by her father, Papa Joe.Their hearty menu includes classic offerings such as meaty burgers, pulled-pork sandwiches, and chicken philly cheesesteaks. The cooks also get creative and heap inventive toppings such as crunchy Fritos and bacon onto deep-fried hot dogs. And those who wander in on Friday nights can treat themselves to what is perhaps Double E's most famous offering—heaps of golden-fried, American farm-raised catfish.
But beyond the plethora of tasty meal options, Double E's menu also comes with a challenge: if a guest finishes their 1.5-pound burger—topped with all the fixings—and 1.5 pounds of fries in less than 30 minutes, it's on the house. And for those who still have room after their all-American meal, staffers at the ice-cream bar concoct tempting banana splits and other frozen treats topped with whipped cream, cherries, or shrunken snowman heads.