PHILADELPHIA - Hard Rock Cafe Philadelphia offers their Country Burger at only 0.71 cents per minute for the next 71 minutes, from 11:45 am to 12:41 pm, on Wednesday, June 14.
The original Hard Rock Cafe 1970s menu inspired special menu prices. Hard Rock celebrates Founders Day on June 14, 1971, when the first Hard Rock Cafe was opened. Peter Morton, an American inspired by food and music, and Isaac Tigrett founded the original Hard Rock. They created a business that has survived for over five decades, based on the motto: "Love all - serve all." Hard Rock Cafe Philadelphia will be dressed in 70s clothes and will feature the greatest music of the decade.
The Country Burger, an item on the Hard Rock Menu original, is a southern recipe made from 6 ounces of ground beef. It's served in a double stack, covered with American cheese, cooked to medium, and topped with herbs, spices, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, pickles and a special dressing.
Hard Rock Cafe Philadelphia celebrated 25 years at the iconic Market Street location. The restaurant will also offer a 50% discount on classic Hard Rock T-shirts when you purchase a Legendary Burger, a Hurricane Pint or a pint.