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What You'll Get
A sandwich, like a wallet, safely contains its precious contents, fits comfortably into a back pocket, and is rarely found by the police once it's been stolen. Delight in edible evidence with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of burgers and American fare at The Concord Grill.
Chefs at The Concord Grill flip 40 varieties of burgers and stack up meaty sandwiches on a menu of hearty American staples. Accompanied by a stack of seasoned fries, half-pound burgers ($7.99+) don creative toppings ranging from hash browns to port-wine cheddar to complement pinstripes left by the grill, and the Philly burger ($8.99) honors the city of brotherly love with a zesty blend of cream cheese, green onions, bacon, garlic, and an all-beef bust of Benjamin Franklin. To stuff hungry sandwich traps, hands heap french bread, sourdough, or kaiser rolls with savory fillings such as breaded pork tenderloin ($7.99) and catfish ($6.99) before pairing them with 1 of 11 country sides including pickled cucumbers, homemade potato salad, and baked beans. A liquidy lineup of Pepsi products, pink lemonade, and iced tea washes down beefy bites and yields an unlimited number of refills for an unlimited number of spit takes.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 17, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Valid only for regular menu items. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Concord Grill
In more than one way, Steve and Debbye Greer’s marriage brought about a new chapter in their lives. Not long after the wedding bells had ceased to ring—within a day, actually—the newly minted couple opened up The Concord Grill. More than 28 years after that fateful day, they continue to flip 50 varieties of burgers and stack up meaty sandwiches on a menu of hearty American staples.
Taking cues from the jet with which the restaurant shares its name, half-pound burgers fly fresh off the grill, donning creative toppings that range from hash browns to port-wine cheddar. French bread, sourdough, brioche buns, or wheat buns come loaded with savory fillings such as breaded pork tenderloin and catfish, joined by hearty, country-style sides, including pickled cucumbers, house-made potato salad, and baked beans. A lineup of Pepsi products, pink lemonade, and iced tea washes down beefy bites and yields an unlimited number of refills for an unlimited number of spit takes.