Graze Premium Burgers, which is arguably Tucson's top spot to get a burger
, is offering folks in the Old Pueblo a deal for sticking around all summer. Like the monsoon rain, their meal deal will offer you (and your wallet) a little relief as the season wears on.
From now until August 31, you can get a regular burger with fries and a drink for $7.50—a meal that'd normally cost $2 more. Should you so choose, you can make it a chicken or veggie burger for a buck more or a double for $2. As with all Graze burgers, which are made from 100 percent Niman Ranch beef, you can jazz up your burger with ketchup, mustard, mayo, pickles, relish, grilled onion, grilled jalapeño and grilled mushrooms in addition to the lettuce, tomato, Graze sauce and red onion that come on the burgers typically. Bacon, cheese and a fried egg are also an option for an up-charge.
On the side, crisp Kennebec potato fries, fried up Belgian style, can be dipped in a range of sauces like sweet red chili, curry ketchup and Sriracha mayo. To drink, Graze offers Maine Root sodas, made with real cane sugar, and iced tea.
Graze Premium Burgers, located at 2721 E. Speedway Blvd., is open Sunday through Thursday from 11 a.m. until 9 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. until 10 p.m.