Bagger Dave’s Offers 99-Cent Cheeseburger Deal Tuesday, October 4

MyNorth News Service

(Press release provided by Bagger Dave’s) 

TRAVERSE CITY: Bagger Dave’s Burger Tavern, a full-service, ultra-casual restaurant and bar, will offer its customers a Great American Cheeseburger for .99 cents.

Each customer will be eligible for a regular size Great American Cheeseburger and a side of Hand-Cut Fries or Dave’s Sweet Potato chips for .99 cents on Tuesday, October 4. (The offer is limited to dine in only guests, no carry out. One .99 cent Great American burger per person. Cannot be combined with any other discount or offer. Gratuity and tax not included. Add-ons extra. Valid at all Bagger Dave’s locations.)

“The Great American Cheeseburger Day is a way to celebrate our passion for crafting the perfect burger. After countless hours of research and inspiration from many chefs, we found our locally sourced Prime Rib Recipe burger. Now we want everyone to experience one,” said Michael Ansley, president and CEO of Bagger Dave’s.

The Great American Cheeseburger Day is the kick off to Bagger Dave’s new Tuesday $5.95 Great American Day promotion where guests can purchase a Great American Cheeseburger and a Hand-Cut Fry or order of Dave’s Sweet Potato Chips for $5.95 each and every Tuesday, (a 37% savings over the regular priced menu, or over $3.50 off the regular menu price).

At Bagger Dave’s, patrons can create their own fresh and never-frozen prime rib beef burger or hormone-free grilled chicken, all-natural turkey or veggie black bean burgers with a choice of 19 Meaningless Free Toppings ® and six premium toppings, including seven cheese choices, custom made sauces, a variety of artisan buns and more. A selection of Signature Burgers also are available, including the famous Train Wreck Burger® which includes Fresh-Cut Potato Fries, fried egg, cheddar, sautéed onions, lettuce, mushrooms and Rail House Thousand Island® on a toasted sesame bun.

Diners also can enjoy side items such as Hand-Cut Fries, Dave’s Sweet Potato Chips®, Twisted Mac ‘n’ Cheese, a side salad, and a cup of Turkey Black Bean Chili. Bagger Dave’s, founded in 2008, has identified a niche in the burger business with a modern interpretation of the old-fashioned neighborhood bar. Each location features artwork reflecting the history of the city it is in. Currently, there are 19 restaurants between Michigan, Indiana and Ohio.

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