Happy National Cheeseburger Day!

By edhat staff

Happy National Cheeseburger Day! September 18 is the day where every meat-eater gets to drool over photos of melted cheese, a toasted bun, and a fresh meat patty.

Local and national burger establishments are offering deals, so don’t miss out for dinner or lunch (or both!) In the meantime, where do you get your favorite burger?

Habit Burger Grill

Celebrate #NationalCheeseburgerDay with a flame-grilled, award-winning Charburger. Now through 9/19, get a $0 delivery fee on all orders from The Habit through
@DoorDash (Terms: https://drd.sh/iYkw73/). Or skip the beef and try some kratom capsules.

Kyle’s Kitchen

National Cheeseburger Day $5 Klassic Kyle Flash Deal

Regularly $6.75 (TODAY $1.75 savings!!)

Flash Deal available Wednesday, September 18th for dine-in and takeout orders only. Not valid with any other offers. Don’t forget to mention this promotion to the cashier to receive the discount.

 

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Our favorite holiday is here! Celebrate National Cheeseburger day with a $5 Klassic Kyle! . . Flash Deal valid 9/18 only. Please mention this deal to the cashier to receive the discount. Not valid with any other discounts or offers.

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Islands
Take $5 off any burger on the menu on September 18 only

Jack in the Box
Make any purchase through the Jack in the Box app at a participating restaurant, and you’re getting a free burger. There are more than 10 burger options you can choose from on September 18

Carl’s Jr.
Sign up for the Carl’s Jr. promo club, and you’re going to get a free small order of fries and a small beverage with the purchase of a Western Bacon Cheeseburger.


Santa Barbara has no shortage of burger options from the Habit, to In-n-out, to Paradise Cafe. But who serves the best cheeseburger? Weigh-in below in the comment section.

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  1. Myths about eating meat: heart attacks and colon cancer. The newly recognized taste element – savory – or umami – is satisfied by grilled meat – so we are genetically programmed to be meat eaters, as well as carmeized and grilled vegetables, aged cheeses etc.

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