A burger should be held with two hands, much like a steering wheel or a big wooden trunk filled with cement. Hold on to your hamburger with this Groupon.
Three Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Burgers and Sandwiches ($30 Total Value)
After choosing a patty made from certified Angus beef ($7.29), Pineland Farms all-natural beef ($7.99), or bison ($8.99), customers can select topping combos such as Bubba BBQ—barbecue sauce, hickory-smoked bacon, onions, and cheddar—or Rio Grande, a spicy blend of roasted green chilies and cheese. Other sandwiches include the Gabby ($6.99), which features a grilled chicken breast marinated in a red-wine vinaigrette. Add fries ($3.59) or onion rings ($3.89) to round out the meal.
Wild Willy’s Burgers
After nearly 20 years in the fast-food industry, Jim Williams made a command decision—he no longer cared for food that was served fast. He still loved burgers, but wanted to prepare them in a way that prioritized flavor and quality over speed. In 2001, he opened the first Wild Willy’s, a burger joint where no patty hits the grill until it’s ordered. Customers can build their burger foundation from a variety of quality proteins, including certified Angus beef, bison, or Pineland Farms beef, which are all hand-formed into burgers and kissed by flames over an open grill. These patties then welcome the restaurant's signature toppings, which range from hickory-smoked bacon to New Mexican green chilies.
Since growing into a small family of independently owned stores, each location now has its own personality, which manifests in one-off menu items such as fried pickles, wings, and foot-long franks. Each store also maintains its own unique gluten-free menu built around gluten-free buns and kitchens designed to prevent cross-contamination or invasions from bad-intentioned wheat.