Relaxing is easy if you've got a cold beer and one of those massage chairs made of lifelike mechanical hands. Kick back with this Groupon.
$12 for $25 Worth of Contemporary Comfort Food and Drinks
The menu includes barbecue-chicken pizza with smoked bacon and roasted corn ($14.25; $9 on Sundays and Mondays), housemade Hollywood burgers with cheddar cheese and special sauce ($13.25), a pair of spicy-shrimp street tacos ($10), tahitian tuna bowls with wasabi mayo, Cowgirl salad, and almond rice ($16.25). Drinks include a basil grapefruit martini ($8), bellini ($5), or Sleeman's Honey Brown Lager ($6).
In Browns Socialhouse, backed leather stools and cushy booths flank tables. On the walls, oversize illuminated signs reading EAT and Liquor shine brightly against the cozily lit dining room. Mixing social-house comfort with a contemporary edge, the decor at Browns Socialhouse mimics the style of its food. Chefs hand cut and double-cook fries to pile alongside their steak sandwich or housemade, hand-pressed burgers. They've got an eye for detail—for example, they char-grill their dry-aged pepperoni before piling it atop pizzas with pepperoncinis and asiago. The selection ranges from international favorites—such as street tacos and shrimp-and-chicken pad thai, among other—to updated pub eats, such as fish ‘n’ chips featuring pacific halibut dunked in a Sapporo beer batter. Every Saturday, Sunday, and on holidays, the chefs set their roosters to crow earlier so they can rise and mix up batches of their own hollandaise for brunches. They crack only free-range eggs for their brunch dishes, which include corned-beef hash and prosciutto eggs benedict with goat cheese.
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