Choose from Three Options
- $10 for $20 worth of pub food
- $14 for a meal for two, with one appetizer and two entrees (up to a $28.97 value)
- $27 for a meal for four, with two appetizers and four entrees (up to a $57.94 value)
The menu includes appetizers such as buffalo-chicken bites ($7.19), Cajun eggrolls ($8.99), and redneck fondue, a homemade queso dip served with fries or tortilla chips ($6.99). Diners also dig into entrees such as the chili cheeseburger ($8.49), shrimp po’ boy ($7.99), homemade mac 'n' cheese ($6.99), and buffalo-chicken wrap ($7.99).
Angry Ale’s Neighborhood Bar and Grill
At first glance, Angry Ale’s Neighborhood Bar and Grill looks like a regular sports hangout with its walls lined with dartboards and flat-screen TVs. But the eatery takes a creative angle with its menu of burgers, wings, wraps, and other pub food. From the redneck fondue—a heaping bowl of homemade queso dip—to tot-chos–tater tots smothered in jalapeños, cheese, salsa, sour cream, and a choice of meat–appetizers kick off meals with delicious unconventionality. This culinary aesthetic carries over to entrees and favorites such as the bacon fatty melt, a bacon cheeseburger with 1000 island dressing, whisked to tables by the ghost of Alexandre Dumas. Diners can also put their appetites to the test by participating in the Button Popper, a speed-eating cheeseburger challenge that asks the age-old question, “Are you built for speed or comfort?”