One or Two Pizzas with Wings and Beer Available During the Week or Weekend at 381 Main Bar & Grill (Up to 55% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Pizzas such as the margherita, meat lover's, and white pie complement wings available in seven flavors, such as garlic and teriyaki

The Fine Print

Expires 90 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Not valid for happy hour specials. Not valid with other offers. Must use full promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Talking about sports, like winning the lotto and undergoing surgery, goes better with a cold beer. Make every hour happy hour with this Groupon.

Choose from Four Options

$15 for a one-pizza meal, valid Monday–Thursday (a $30.90 total value)

  • One pizza (up to a $12.95 value)
  • One order of wings (a $9.95 value)
  • Two beers: Bud Light or Coors Light (an $8 value)

$18 for the above one-pizza meal, valid Friday–Sunday (a $30.90 total value)

$25 for a two-pizza meal, valid Monday–Thursday (a $55.80 total value)

  • Two pizzas (up to a $25.90 value)
  • Two orders of wings (a $19.90 value)
  • One beer pitcher: Bud Light or Coors Light (a $10 value)

$29 for the above two-pizza meal, valid Friday–Sunday (a $55.80 total value)

381 Main Bar & Grill

Several years ago, 381 Main Bar & Grill had an existential crisis. It was a sleek martini bar with white leather couches, white barstools, and white walls, all accentuated with pink uplighting. It was a place people could go for a stiff drink, but it wanted to be something else—an edgy sports bar that fed people tasty food in addition to good drinks.

So the owner, Steve Baskinger, shuttered 381's doors and set to work on an intensive overhaul. He ripped out the old wood floor and polished the 100-year-old cement floors to a sheen. He created foot rails for the bar with 8,000 pounds of railroad track, and he added industrial-size ceiling fans, 17 LED TVs, and kitchen appliances, including a brick pizza oven.

According to Nightclub & Bar magazine, the new decor includes a 1970s-era Yankees scoreboard and custom-made Yankees and New York Giants surfboards and sharks. It even has a drumhead signed by Ringo Starr.

The bar opened after five months of construction and quickly became a hot spot—locals were drawn to the bar's neighborhood feel, classic American eats, and craft beers. They also enjoyed the freshly baked pizzas crisped in the brick oven, which uses flames made from a fire recipe that's been passed down for generations.

381 is now a sports bar, but if people are busy the night of the game, they can show up for Trivia Tuesdays, Acoustic Wednesdays, and monthly craft beer events. During the summer months, they can sip a chilled beer on the outdoor patio.

Late-night spots for those who don't sleep, from bowling to last call