Your grill may have hardly cooled off from Memorial Day, but plan to fire it up again!
Tuesday is National Hamburger Day!
There’s probably no sandwich more near and dear to American’s hearts.
We eat more than 50 billion burgers each year.
According to Offers.com, Five Guys is the most popular burger spot with 28% of 1,200 consumers surveyed.
In-N-Out and Wendy’s ties for second with 17% votes each, and McDonald’s and Burger King round out the top five at 15% and 14% respectively.
The meat patty and bun combo accounts for almost half of all sandwiches sold in the U.S.
Celebrate by grabbing a big juicy burger for lunch – or throw some on the grill after work to enjoy with family and friends.
If you’re not into cooking at all, here are just a few National Burger Day specials to chow down today!
Dog Haus: All 36 locations are offering free burgers Tuesday to the first 100 people at each location, who choose between a This Burger or That Burger. To get this freebie, you need to download and register the Dog Haus app and then scan at the restaurant. No purchase is necessary. Download the app at http://app.doghaus.com.
Morton’s The Steakhouse: The National Burger Month special is available through May 31. Get a burger with matchstick fries and paired with a glass of Michael David “Earthquake” Zinfandel for $36.
Ruby Tuesday: Through May 31, enter the Ruby Tuesday Burger Jackpot at www.rtburgerjackpot.com for a chance to win prizes, including free burgers, a grand prize trip to Las Vegas and free Ruby Tuesday for a year. Also from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday, get $5 Smokehouse Sliders served with fries or tots.
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