Globetrotting dishes often suffer from misattributed nationalities—Belgian fries are wrongfully called French, and slider burgers first used in Canadian curling matches are now considered an American invention. Campaign for accurate culinary citizenship with today’s Groupon: for $8, you get two classic burgers and two small orders of fries at Sliders Burgers and Belgian Fries (a $15.48 value).
Hand-packed patties cooked-to-order grace the toasted potato rolls of Sliders' burgers, which team up with thickly cut piles of belgian fries in a succulent symphony of taste. Made fresh and never frozen, each perfectly grilled classic burger (a $4.99 value) has a juicy finish and comes swathed in a toasted potato bun to seal in wandering waves of heat. For an additional fee, the bread-caged meat patties can arrive adorned with cheese ($0.50), caramelized onions ($0.25), or chicken feather boas. Hand-cut belgian fries host a European delegation of intense flavors and textures, fried twice to ensure a crispy exterior and a heart of fluffy potato (a $2.75 value). Open until 2 a.m. every night, Sliders can reliably satisfy after-party fry fixes or serve as a recovery ward for burger-deprived insomniacs.