A bun-hugged meat patty with a side of French fries is more American than a baseball stadium made out of denim. Prove your patriotism with today's Groupon. For $5, you get $10 worth of grabbable grub at Home Run Burgers & Fries. Urbanspooners voted its burgers and hot dogs among Louisville's best. Redeem at any one of Home Run's three locations.
Home Run's menu is heavy on finger food and American staples. Try the dual-pattied Black Angus beef Home Run Burger ($4.39), decorated with more toppings than a hungry Christmas tree at a baked-potato bar. Load up on complimentary sandwich crestables, including sautéed mushrooms, sweet relish, and green chilies. Dig into an overflowing order of bacon-and-cheese fries ($3.99), or gulp down a creamy chocolate shake ($2.29). Home Run also serves smaller-portioned Batboy Baskets for kids 12 and under ($3.99) and fresh-cut French fries ($2.39), starring Idaho potatoes hand-cut daily.
Baseball-player-adorned walls, order-and-eat-style dining, and a well-stocked game room all add to the playful, unpretentious ambience. Three locations in Shelbyville Plaza, Hurstbourne Parkway, and Shelbyville Road afford plenty of options. Host a hot-dog-eating contest with yourself, fuel up with no utensils, or cheat the system with a ballpark meal not served in the bleachers.
This Groupon is not valid with Home Run Burgers & Fries' lunch specials.
- These burgers are juicy and incredibly flavorful. This would be a great place to eat lunch, or grab a snack before having a late dinner. I'd love to eat here again, and if I resided in Louisville then I would gladly be a weekly regular. – Cameron Clark, Urbanspoon
Home Run Burgers & Fries
Cooks at Home Run Burgers & Fries' four locations grill up 100% Black Angus beef patties and twice-cooked, hand-cut fries made from idaho potatoes, with a dedication to classic flavor that earned the eatery the Best Burger award on the Louisville A List, Best Burger Under $10 from Louisville Magazine, along with winning the Business First Best Burger Poll and the LEO Weekly Newspaper Award. For edibles other than the eponymous burger and fries, the cooks dunk beer-battered onion rings in bubbling fryers alongside baskets brimming with hand-breaded north atlantic cod, as well as chicken strips for the kids' menu or building poultry scale replicas of a Lincoln Log cabin. Bakery buns hug quarter-pound patties cooked to order with a choice of 28 different complimentary toppings, including sauteed mushrooms, grilled onions, and roasted red peppers.