Prove your love for hamburgers in a way that naming your first child "Hamburger" never could with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $21 worth of beefy burgers and sides at Fatburger. Your Groupon can be redeemed at the Tempe, Gilbert, Phoenix/Desert Ridge, Phoenix/Metro Center, Mesa, and Scottsdale locations of the old-fashioned burger stand, so drag-race your high school's bully to the nearest or farthest location.
Fatburger's gourmet burgers range from the 2.5 oz. single-patty "baby fat" burger ($2.99 burger, $5.99 combo) to the one-pound XXL burger ($6.99 burger, $9.99 combo), with moderate options in between. Made from 100% lean beef, Fatburger's gourmet-burger combos start at $5.99. All of the grilled goodies come topped with fresh veggies, while optional add-ons ($0.59–$0.89 each) are available for a custom chow-down. Plop a scoop of chili on your burger and cover it with a slice of cheese for a decadent dining experience, or create a breakfast-themed burger with bacon and an egg. Fatburger's chicken sandwich ($4.49 sandwich, $7.49 combo), turkey burger ($4.49 burger, $7.49 combo), and veggie burger ($4.99 burger, $7.99 combo) offer awesome alternatives to bovine-based meals. Homemade onion rings ($2.99) or skinny fries (around $1.99) act as lovable sidekicks for your brooding, misunderstood burger without a cause. And a sweet Maui-banana or cookies-and-cream milkshake ($3.99) can double as the skankified Olivia Newton-John it wins during the final musical number.
The Fatburger legacy dates back to a morbidly obese 1952 sandwich. The modern-day eateries evoke the sleek ambience of mid-century shake shops, where present-day teenagers flip burgers in open kitchens, while ghosts of 1952 teenagers sip milkshakes through two straws and gaze kittenishly at one another in a corner booth. Don't be surprised, though, if you spot Taye Diggs, Brian McKnight, Casper Van Dien, and other future Dancing with the Stars stars in the booth next to you.
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