Cure Your NYE Hangover With Free Sriracha Grilled Cheese at Wayback Burgers in Coconut Creek

If you are in desperate need to fix your hangover, Wayback Burgers is giving away free Spicy Sriracha Grilled Cheese sandwiches on New Years Day, Friday, January 1. 

The deal is good for all Wayback Burgers locations in the U.S., including in between the hours of 11 a.m. and 9 p.m. at its sole South Florida restaurant in Coconut Creek.

Picture the ideal grilled cheese sandwich in your head. Close your eyes, tuck in your lips, and take a deep breath. Imagine the buttery and crunchy bread dripping with gooey American cheese in between, then BAM Sriracha burn. 

Creamy, greasy cheese and endorphin pumping spice combine for the ultimate hangover cure. Replace ubiquitous tomato soup with a homemade bloody mary and you are starting the new year off right, my friend. That's why Wayback is doing this. 

No other purchases are necessary, so the sandwich is totally free. Unfortunately, you can only receive one sandwich per visit.

If you miss the grilled cheese deal, Wayback Burgers is always serving juicy cheeseburgers and hand-dipped milkshakes in a classic fast casual environment and with a complete and absolute smile, always and forever. The beef is fresh, never frozen, and cooked to order. You can get 'em in a single, classic double, triple, and triple triple (nine patties). 

Don't like beef? Wayback also serves grilled chicken sandwiches, turkey burgers, fresh salads, home-style chili, and house-made chips.

Wayback Burgers is located at 4690 N State Road 7 in Coconut Creek. Call 954-580-8087, or visit waybacktogo.com.

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