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Reviewed June 12, 2013
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What You'll Get
Astronaut cooks have made numerous attempts to wrangle hamburgers into space-ready meals, from dehydrated-pickle discs to vacuum-sealed burger bottles. Enjoy what our starry-eyed brethren never can with today’s Groupon: for $7, you get $15 worth of burgers, sandwiches, drinks, and more at Hamburger Mary's. A friendly bar and grill with a diverse clientele, Hamburger Mary's serves signature half-pound burgers, hearty entrees, and expertly assembled sandwiches from fresh, in-house ingredients. Comfort foodies can set their sights on Mary’s vast menu of substantial options, including the Sloppy Mary burger smothered in homemade chili ($11) and the Proud Mary burger, a one-pound towering display of beef loaded with cheese and grilled veggies ($13.50). Sandwich suitors can drag The Bird Cage ($9.50), loaded with turkey, bacon, and avocado, into waiting maws or wrangle the Cap'n & Taneal fish sandwich ($9) off plates. Collect miniature cocktail umbrellas for your frog village during happy hour at Mary's boisterous full bar, or swing by for weekly events, including trivia tourneys, specialty karaoke nights, and "Dining with the Divas," hosted by award-winning drag queen Sabel Scities.
- Its [sic] a non-intimidating environment, great food, GREAT service, and great drinks. Check it out, you wont be sorry - they serve your check in a stiletto heel - amazing. – LYNSEY L., Yelp
- The service was great and we even had the pleasure of sitting in the VIP seating area....purple couch and all! I can't wait to return. – Nichole D., Yelp
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 5, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table, 2 per table of 5 or more. Reservation required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Hamburger Mary’s
Hamburger Mary flipped her first burger in 1972 in San Francisco’s SOMA district. From her humble origins as the lovably eccentric icon for a late-night beer-and-burger joint, she has now crisscrossed the nation with her brand of family dining, which welcomes all open-minded people and focuses on members of the LGBT community. With cleverly mismatched dinnerware, diners dig into a menu rooted in Angus beef burgers such as the Buffy the Burger Slayer or the 1-pound Proud Mary. Bold colors splash the walls, and colorful collages and artwork frame a fun, quirky space to encourage diners to get out of their comfort zone and finally attempt to bench-press their family members.