Dining out spares people from using up the last of their paper plates or incinerating the last of their paper ovens. Reduce your disposable-cookware footprint with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of American fare at Tommy’s Hamburgers.
Since opening in 1983, the spatula-wielding staff at Tommy’s Hamburgers has been sizzling up a hearty menu of colossal burgers, sandwiches, and freshly fried American cuisine. Guests can sink anxious molars into a chicken-fried-chicken sandwich ($7.59) or Tommy’s patty melt, two slices of texas toast cradling a made-to-order beef slab crowned, like the black sheep of a royal family, with grilled onions and american cheese ($7.29). Gnashing maws can pair green-chili cheeseburgers ($7.59) or mushroom-swiss burgers ($7.99) with sides of homemade chips, tater tots, green beans, or fried okra (free with the purchase of any sandwich). Frog Fries ($4.99) appease appetizer-hungry crowds with fresh hand-cut potatoes that reveal themselves as handsome princes once smothered in cheddar cheese, grilled onions, jalapeños, and passionate kisses.
Tommy's Hamburger Grill & Patio
Since 1983, the folks at Tommy's Hamburger Grill & Patio have been cooking up their signature burgers, sandwiches, and hearty sides from family recipes passed down through the generations. They smother Wholey Moley burgers in guacamole and cheddar and top wheat bread with chicken salad, then pile on sides such as fries, tots, and fried okra—though diners can also upgrade to "frog fries," hand-cut fries buried beneath cheddar cheese, grilled onions, and jalapeños. The menu accommodates eaters of all stripes with veggie, turkey, and slim burgers, with the latter cheerfully labeled “for wimps.” The from-scratch crispy catfish, meanwhile, comes in its own basket—as commonly found in the wild—and can be paired up with shrimp. To wash it all down, diners can order wine and beer or stick with sweet tea and cola.
5228 Camp Bowie Blvd.
Fort Worth, Texas 76107