Like fairies, hamburgers are famously difficult to photograph because they can take thousands of forms and disappear in nanoseconds. Catch them while you can with today's Groupon: for $50, you get a $100 gift card toward build-your-own burgers at Indulge Burgers & More in Scottsdale.
Indulge Burgers’ endlessly customizable menu yields thousands of possible burger combinations. Diners can start dinner conversations or freestyle rap battles over appetizers such as fried dill-pickle chips ($4.75) or house-made chili ($4.95–$5.95). The build-your-own-burger menu flaunts a mesmerizing selection of antibiotic-free, hormone-free, and naturally fed beef, turkey, grilled-chicken-breast, salmon, or veggie burgers ($3.50–$13.75). After picking a protein, noshers tailor their chosen base with choices from an arsenal of 10 cheeses ($0.99), 20 sauces ($0.50), and 24 distinct toppings such as boiled egg slices, sweet, dried cranberries, and veggie chili ($0.50–$0.99). Alternatively, skip the stress of composition by getting one of Indulge Burgers' signature burger concoctions, such as the cheese-stuffed Vesuvius Volcanic ($12.95), cooked medium-well to ensure it buries your inner Pompeii under delicious lava flows of cheese.
Beyond the eatery's hallowed art of burgercraft, Indulge Burgers offers a full menu of salads, sandwiches, and breakfasts. Patrons tear through patties and buns in Indulge Burgers' sleek, softly lit dining room or outside on the patio, where intricately topped burgers elicit uncontrollable drooling from passersby and from oneself.
Indulge Burgers & More
Indulge Burgers has 100,000 different burgers on its menu––or, rather, 100,000 topping combinations. To manage this behemoth selection, each patron is offered a pencil and special burger-customizing sheet. With a simple checkmark, salmon, bison, turkey, and all-natural-beef patties can be outfitted with more than 50 sumptuous toppings ranging from carrot strings to fresh pineapple. Vegetarian options are also aplenty, including homemade black-bean burgers on gluten-free bread and adult peanut-butter sandwiches made with bananas and onion strings and served wrapped in 1040 tax forms.
In the light from floor-to-ceiling windows, burger and hot-dog sculptures prepare diners for chili-slathered dogs and signature Vesuvius Volcanic burger patties filled with a molten pocket of cheese. After enjoying fried pickle chips or a cool milkshake on the outdoor patio, patrons can peruse the dining room's vintage sports photos of Charles Barkley smiling politely and Muhammad Ali stinging a bee.