Biting into a juicy burger satisfies some primal need, much like protecting your family or refusing to listen to an explanation of what thunder is. Feed your animal nature with this Groupon.
$5 for $10 Worth of Sandwiches and Frozen Treats
Diners feast on hearty sandwiches and American diner eats, such as bacon, egg, and cheese on a made-from-scratch biscuit, the third-pound original Thickburger with Black Angus beef, or a creamy vanilla hand-scooped ice-cream malt with whipped topping.
Today, Hardee's dishes up handmade, golden-brown biscuits and hearty sandwiches to happy customers all across the Southeast and Midwest⎯but all this glory traces back to one modest burger joint in Greenville, North Carolina. Wilber Hardee opened this restaurant in 1960, earning a loyal customer base with his "charco-broiled" burgers and speedy drive-thru service system. Within months, Hardee landed his first franchise, setting in motion five decades of friendly service and satisfying American eats across thousands of locations. Hardee's has won over hungry patrons with memorable ad campaigns, such as their 1980s cross-promotion with the California Raisins⎯catapulting the dried fruits to stardom never before seen by musically inclined prunes.
Hardee's sandwichsmiths continue the restaurant's proud tradition of mealtime innovation with their signature burgers, such as the sourdough-toast Friscoburger and the 100% black Angus beef Thickburger⎯available in a traditional bun or low-carb and gluten-sensitive lettuce wraps. Breakfast time ushers in flaky croissants filled with eggs and thin-sliced ham, and the lunch set digs into succulent hand-breaded chicken tenders and natural-cut fries, capping feasts with hand-scooped chocolate ice-cream shakes and piping-hot apple turnovers.
What some people are buzzing about:
96% of 117 customers recommend
“very nice interior, friendly staff, and good music”
“Good food good service and also clean”
“thanks so much for the great service and providing a clean place to dine. it is really appreciated and i will eat there more often”