The hamburger is an edible American icon, much like coleslaw made with shredded Norman Rockwell paintings. Bread, bite, and chew with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for two burgers and two draft beers (up to a $20 value)
- $19 for four burgers and four draft beers (up to a $40 value)
Third-pound ground-beef patties don a range of ingredients to form such selections as the Southwest burger draped in cheese, bacon, and barbecue sauce and the Firecracker burger topped with pepper jack cheese and jalapeños. Bartenders fill glasses with 11 ounces of any beer on tap including Blue Moon, Michelob Golden Light, Coors Light, and Budweiser.
Miller's Corner Bar
Though customers might stop by Miller’s Corner Bar for a lot of things—a frosty beer, a night with friends, a meeting with an anonymous PTA informant—chances are good that they're there for the burgers. The chefs hand shape third-pound mounds of freshly ground beef each day, then grill and dress them to become one of the restaurant's more than eight signature bunned morsels. Chili cheese, fried eggs, spicy jalapeños, and a range of other toppings play their part in the slate of creative burger varieties, some of which center on a turkey or veggie patty for a leaner meal. With a burger and a cold glass of beer or 1919 draft root beer, regulars can hang around the bar until closing time, forging relationships like those on classic sitcoms or CSPAN specials.
What some people are buzzing about:
97% of 739 customers recommend
“tiny little bar, but good food, good prices and friendly staff”
“This place is a little hole in the wall with great food, great people and just a fun atmosphere! Definitely recommend! ”
“ Really good burgers and tasty fries This was our first time there and we would definitely go back We also had an order of the onion rings and would...”
“ Really good burgers and tasty fries This was our first time there and we would definitely go back We also had an order of the onion rings and would recommend those too. My only recommendation is that the ad deep-fried pickles to the menu ”