Hamburgers aren't just a great place to hide your favorite condiments from marauding foodies; they're also the only known deterrent against stampedes of rabid Wimpies. Outsmart cuisine-seeking cartoons with the help of today's Groupon: for $7, you get $14 worth of burgers, fries, and more at Honolulu Burger Co..
The sandwich maestros at Honolulu Burger Co. cook up a toothsome selection of casual edibles using Big Island range-fed beef and local ingredients as often as possible. Select something savory from the eatery's menu of creatively topped masterpieces, such as the breakfast-themed Loco Moco burger ($8.99) or the Pocho, which layers Portuguese sausage atop an equally succulent slice of beef ($8.99). The Kalua Pig burger stars the classic vaudeville duo of free-range beef burger and house-made pork, throwing newcomer grilled pineapple salad into the act for some fruity contrast ($8.49). Topped with watercress, red onion, and julienne carrot salad, ahi sandwiches ($8.79) sate your grumbly tummy before its complaints leak out your belly button and influence young, impressionable tummies nearby. Patrons can also tempt taste buds with sweet and salty shakes and sides, including sweet-potato fries ($3.29–$4.99), an assortment of decadent shakes ($3.95–$4.20), and root-beer floats ($3.95).
Honolulu Burger Co.
The one constant in Honolulu Burger Co.’s burgers is the beef—it comes from free-range cows that feed on the grasses of Hawaii. From this base sprouts more than a dozen specialty burgers that pair everything from blue cheese and bacon to kim chee and teriyaki sauce. If you’re feeling creative, you can create your own burger by mixing and matching from the eatery’s selection of toppings and spreads, which includes homemade sauces and dressings and local produce whenever possible. Hefty burgers and sandwiches piled high with pastrami share menu space with rice dishes, house-made fries, milk shakes, and veggie burgers made from whole portobello mushrooms.