Like waking a hibernating bear, waking a dormant stomach causes violent growls that can only be silenced by plates of meat and 20 minutes of gentle patting. Ward off vicious appetites with today’s Groupon to Harris Grill. Choose between the following options:
- For $11, you get $22 worth of American fare for dinner.
- For $9, you get $19 worth of American fare for lunch.
Harris Grill's culinary savants quell hunger pains with meaty and vegetarian lunch and dinner and boast the Best Outdoor Dining according to the Pittsburgh City Paper in 2005 and for multiple years to follow. Dinner parties can tear through the Neighborhood Pub steak ($16.66), which calls chefs to grill USDA Choice bistro chuck over flames and plate the protein-packed comestible alongside cumin-lime butter and smashers-style potatoes that are as flat as a freshly ironed skipping stone. Pass over meaty fare for vegetarian-friendly eats such as eggplant lasagna aubergine ($14.92) or sink into the pulled jerk chicken of Jamaican-style tacos ($14.99). The turkey burger ($9.68) reminds both lunch and dinner guests of Thanksgiving with a triple tag team of cranberries, sage stuffing, and rosemary aioli packed into its half-pound of ground meat. For a pulled-pork sandwich ($9.84), kitchen crews pile slow-cooked meat onto a cushy roll. A patio adds a side of fresh air to meals, whereas two dining levels invite patrons to stay inside and wait patiently by brick fireplaces for a sight of Santa.
The cooks at Harris Grill populate their menu with American classics. They've got a bacon cheeseburger by the name of The Burghermeister Meister Burgher, a dish of marinated chicken skewers dubbed Britney Spears, and a grilled pork dish called Prime Pork Flatiron. To complement seasonal entrees and keep patrons on their toes, the selection of draft beer rotates often.