Get a Juicy ROK:BRGR For 50 Percent Off This Wednesday

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Fort Lauderdale's own ROK:BRGR is looking to beat the summer doldrums with a little bit of creative pricing.

Stop into the burger-centric gastropub any Wednesday throughout the summer and receive a 50 percent discount on all specialty burgers. That's 11:30 a.m. to 2 a.m., people. No fine print. No time windows. No switcheroos. Just half-off all burgers each and every Wednesday until this skin-boiling summer is over.

That means following the Heat's victory tonight (amirite?), you can celebrate tomorrow with

a 10-ounce Certified Angus sirloin burger with Vermont cheddar,

homemade chili, grilled jalapenos, and sour cream -- AKA the D Wade

-- for a cool $6.

An 8-ounce ahi tuna burger, seared to a beautiful

rare and served with Asian slaw and wasabi mayo, is just $7 on

Wednesdays -- until you can walk around outside without an undershirt

on, that is.

The only burgers that don't apply: the build your own burgers. Not a

big deal. The place has about 50 gojillion specialty burgers to choose

from anyway.

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