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What You'll Get
Astronaut cooks have made numerous attempts to wrangle hamburgers into space-ready meals, from dehydrated-pickle disks to vacuum-sealed burger bottles. Enjoy what our starry-eyed brethren never can with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of savory burgers and more at Larkburger, valid at the Fort Collins location.
Heralded as “truly exceptional” by the Fort Collins Coloradoan, Larkburger's menu dishes out gourmet hamburgers in a quick-casual environment, utilizing all-natural ingredients to construct its delectable 1/3-pound black-Angus patties. Taste its namesake with the Larkburger, a delicious stalwart dressed with veggies and house-made sauce on a fresh-baked bun ($3.25), or garner Parisian mushroom power from the truffle burger ($6.75) seated aside a set of truffle-and-parmesan fries ($2.95). The portobello-mushroomed Amy burger satiates famished vegetarians ($6.25), while the wasabi-sauced tuna burger ($7.25) entertains diners by dressing up a hapless fish in a cow suit. Madcap disguises can be washed down with a cold fountain drink ($1.75–$1.95) or creamy Five Dollar shake ($3–$5), concocted with Breyers all-natural ice cream.
Larkburger's décor is modern yet inviting, its angular lines and comfortably curved seating forming an aesthetically appetizing atmosphere for consumption. Its carbon hoof-print is shrunk to a microscopic speck with myriad environmental practices, including 100% wind-powered facilities and canola oil reused as automotive fuel, effectively transmogrifying cars into giant baked potatoes with wheels.
The Coloradoan, Denver Magazine and Denver Westword all positively reviewed Larkburger. Feasting Fort Collins and Friendship without Bread also give the business positive reviews. 13 Yelpers give the business a 4.5-star average and 76% of Urbanspooners like it.
- Featuring a thick-cut, 1/3-pound Black Angus patty and topped with crisp butter lettuce, fresh tomato and onion, and the piece de resistance, a truffle aioli that was neither too heavy, nor too light, this burger was "Heaven on a bun," – Stacy Nick, Coloradoan
- serving up very good cheeseburgers, as well as even better milkshakes – Denver Westword
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 22, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid toward alcohol. Must purchase 1 food item. Valid only for dine-in or carryout. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.