Astronaut cooks have made numerous attempts to wrangle hamburgers into space-ready meals, from dehydrated-pickle discs to vacuum-sealed burger bottles. Enjoy what our starry-eyed brethren never can with today’s Groupon at Mojo's Famous Burgers and More, located in Simpsonville and Greenville. Within the classic confines of its rat-rod and rockabilly–inspired eateries, Mojo's daring bun-slingers craft gourmet burgers using fresh ingredients and premium aged beef patties. Peruse the savory menu to take in a bounty of customizable burgers, sandwiches, dogs, and malted sweets.
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- The burgers are hand patted and the vegtables are fresh. It's nice to get a fresh ripe tomatoe [sic] on your burger instead of the hard flavorless ones you find at some other burger joints. The portions are huge. A small order of fries is easily large enough for sharing. The prices are reasonable for the portion and quality. This is a big cut above other chain burger restaurants. – tn4lakers, Metromix
Mojo’s Famous Burgers
Established in 2009, Mojo’s Famous Burgers mingles classic American eats with rockabilly music and décor inspired by tattoo art at two locations. The menu harkens to '50s diner fare with hand-cut onion rings, old-fashioned milk shakes, and build-your-own burgers with two patty sizes. A selection of specialty burgers crowns premium aged beef with toppings inspired by regional flavors—Pittsburgh, Buffalo, Philly, or Hawaiian style—and the chef’s favorite natural disaster. The eatery’s wall of fame commemorates diners who chowed through a food challenge featuring quadruple cheeseburgers or loaded foot-long hot dogs.