The hamburger is a classic customizable meal--you can choose your toppings, your condiments, and the human name you assign it before eating it. Bite into Barry J. Burgerton with this Groupon.
$5 for $10 Worth of Specialty Burgers
Choose from more than a dozen gourmet burgers, including the Presley burger, a 1/3-pound patty smothered in chunky peanut butter and bacon ($10) and the Sunday Mornin’ burger, which supports a handful of toppings including jalapeños, bacon, and a fried egg ($12). Other fried delights, such as the spicy mac and cheese cakes ($8), anchor the menu’s starters section. Desserts include housemade peanut-butter pie ($5).
Oddfellow’s Burger Kitchen
From its unexpected burger toppings to its funky decor, Oddfellow’s Burger Kitchen is chock-full of character. The all-American menu, which is festooned with cartoon Elvis silhouettes and a colorful hippie van, features quirky items, such as pasta dishes tossed in peanut butter and barbecue sauce, and starters including an “ice cold can” of PBR. And as the eatery's name suggests, the specialty here is burgers—15 of them to be exact—and despite the playful names and wacky topping combinations, the restaurant takes its creations seriously. Every day, the staff grinds its own beef in house, hand-forms each third-pound patty, and bakes fresh buns in order to build burgers such as The Ring of Fire, which packs the heat with hot sauce, jalapeños, and a Cajun spice rub. The Crabby burger features lump crab and garlic aioli, and the bacon-and-cheese-topped Oddfellow burger is sandwiched between housemade glazed donuts. Guests can substitute a grilled salmon breast, a grilled chicken breast, or a veggie burger, or add another beef patty for $3.