We’re just days away from the 4th of July – a day when Americans gather to celebrate the our’ independence, watch fireworks and eat plenty of burgers and hot dogs (with Firecracker ice pops for dessert, of course!).
This year, if you’d rather focus on the celebration aspect by chowing down and hanging out with some good friends, skip slaving over a hot grill and order your July 4th feast from Delivery.com instead.
From Illinois to New York, Delivery.com merchants are serving up the classic 4th of July meal: tasty hamburgers and hot dogs. You can simply place your order, unwind, and enjoy the holiday. Check out these grill-centric menus and start planning your Independence Day bash!
- Nathan’s (705 8th Avenue, New York, NY 10036) You could make your way to Coney Island for Nathan’s 2010 Hot Dog Eating Contest on July 4th, but we think it’d be a lot more fun to (slowly!) savor these classic dogs at home.
- Paul’s Burgers (131 2nd Avenue, New York, NY 10003) Twenty half pound burger specialties? Check. Twenty kinds of sides? Check. Assured happiness on a plate? Check!
- Jackson Hole (1611 2nd Avenue, New York, NY 10028) Jackson Hole, founded in 1972, calls itself the “Home of the 7 oz. Burger.” Try the popular Guacamole Burger or Western Burger.
- Big Nick’s Pizza & Burger Joint (70 West 71st Street, New York, NY 10023) Have your burger (and eat pizza, too!) from this eatery, which serves a little bit of everything. If you’re feeling a little anti-traditional, go for some of Big Nick’s seafood, Italian specialties, or salads – but don’t forget about the burgers and hot dogs, ’cause Big Nick’s has plenty of those, too.
- Byron’s Hot Dogs (1701 West Lawrence Avenue, Chicago, IL 60640 & 1017 West Irving Park Road, Chicago, IL 60613) Chicago is a city known for its proud hot dog traditions and Byron’s stands among the best of them. Load up your Chicago dog with mustard, relish, onions, lettuce, tomato, green peppers, cucumber, pickle and celery salt.
Sit back, relax, and leave the grilling to the experts this weekend. Happy Fourth of July!
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