Like a red-checked tablecloth, a stack of hamburger buns is essential for a cookout and can double as a seat in the event of a chair shortage. Eat resourcefully with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$15 for a Japanese-inspired burger meal for two (up to a $39 total value)
- Any two burgers (up to a $12 value each)
- One family-size order of fries (a $10 value)
- One side of edamame (a $5 value)
- See the menu<p>
$28 for a Japanese-inspired burger meal for four (up to a $78 total value) * Any four burgers (up to $12 value each) * Two family-size orders of fries (a $10 value each) * Two sides of edamame (a $5 value each)<p>
Colin Fukunaga and Robert "Mags" Magsalin came up with the idea of creating the FukuBurger truck while working at Tao, a high-end Asian restaurant in Las Vegas. The pair's successful combination of gourmet Angus beef, turkey, chicken, and vegan patties with Japanese-influenced toppings—including wasabi mayo, teriyaki sauce, and red ginger—led to the establishment of FukuBurger's permanent location in Los Angeles and an applauding article from Caroline on Crack. In addition to hosting innovative cuisine, FukuBurger whets whistles and inspires chopstick duels with Japanese lagers, sake bombs, and beer-based Fuku Bombs until close at 4 a.m.
Hanging light pendants enliven modern barstools with red tints while chalkboards list the day's draft selections. A mural of a Japanese woman reaching for a burger adds to the bar's casual ambiance and acts as a siren that causes patrons to crash into the brick wall.