The hamburger, America’s national meal, has always been served during Independence Day cookouts and the competitive eating portion of presidential debates. Partake of some patriotism with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of burgers, brunch, and classic American fare at Dutch Boy Burger in Brooklyn.
Dutch Boy Burger sates cravings for classic American fare with a slew of bread-bound bites, tasty sides, and grownup beverages. Beef buffs can sink teeth into the diner's eponymous patty, the Dutch Boy Burger ($8.50), or savor protein of another persuasion in the lamb burger ($9) and the surf 'n' turf burger ($12). A bounty of sandwiches ($7–$10) eludes burger bundling altogether, while an array of local beers ($4) and alcoholic milkshakes ($6) keeps meals company and less likely to join Jimmy Buffet cover bands. Saturdays and Sundays grant guests with a sizable brunch selection including eggs, pancakes, and the german benedict, which fuses two rich cultures like an Canadian-flag kilt by crowning toasted challah with bratwurst, poached eggs, and an apple and cabbage slaw beneath creamy mustard hollandaise ($11).
766 Franklin Ave.
Brooklyn, New York 11238