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What You'll Get
The majority of monolingual Americans are often bitterly disappointed when they find that René Magritte's Ceci n'est pas une cheeseburger is not a cheeseburger. Equip your hands with very real edibles with today's Groupon: for $8, you get any two burgers at Tinhorn Flats Saloon & Grill in Burbank (up to a $17 value).
Tinhorn Flats Saloon & Grill sports a menu brimming with 15 juicy burgers in styles such as mushroom swiss, turkey, and veggie. The succulent Western bacon cheeseburger boasts an onion ring, bacon, and a slice of cheese atop a beef patty cloaked in barbecue sauce (an $8.50 value), and fresh tomato, lettuce, and red onion crown the lean-poultry package of the turkey burger (an $8.50 value). For a spicy bite, sink your spurs into the jalapeno-cheddar burger (an $8.50 value), or the chili-cheese burger, which can crush hunger like a boulder falling on Conway Twitty's porcelain-doll collection. Though not included with this deal, the saloon complements its meaty morsels with a wide selection of beers, which helped earn the watering hole a place on Frank Mulvey's list of top 101 bars in LA.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Tinhorn Flats
When picturing a Hollywood restaurant, the imagine of swinging saloon doors and cowboy decor doesn't normally come to mind, unless you're eating on the set of a Wild West movie. But Tinhorn Flats is not a movie set. The establishment, which was founded in 1937 and recently opened its second location in Hollywood, is a bona fide restaurant that pays homage to the classic eats of the American frontier. The menu satiates hearty appetites with myriad steaks, pulled-pork sandwiches, baby back ribs, and juicy burgers, the last of which are the subject of glowing accolades from happy customers and angry letters from literate cows. The laid-back hotspot, which has been written up in Zagat, Eater, and Grub Street, complements its culinary offerings with fitting adornments in the form of antler chandeliers, antique cabinets, and plenty of wood accents.