Bloody Marys with White Castle Sliders for Two, Four, or Six at Headquarters Beercade (Half Off)

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In a Nutshell

Sip n' Sliders elevate the traditional bloody mary by garnishing with fresh meats, veggies, and a White Castle cheeseburger slider

The Fine Print

Expires 90 days after purchase. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid until 24hr after purchase. Not valid for happy hour specials. Valid only on Sundays. Must purchase 1 food item. Merchant is solely responsible for all sales and delivery of alcohol. Must provide 21+ ID to receive alcoholic beverages. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Arcade games let you experience things that aren’t normally allowed, such as fighting in the streets or eating fruit in a maze. Play by a new set of rules with this Groupon.

Choose from Three Options

  • $20 for four Sip n' Slider bloody marys (a $10 value/drink) for two people (a $40 total value)
  • $40 for eight Sip n' Slider bloody marys for four people (an $80 total value)
  • $60 for 12 Sip n' Slider bloody marys for six people (a $120 total value)

This deal is valid on Sundays only. With all options, each person gets two Sip n' Sliders. Sip n' Slider bloody marys start with housemade basil and garlic-infused vodka mixed with their housemade bloody mary mix made with a chicken broth base, sriracha, assorted spices, fresh tomato juice, and a few secret ingredients. Each drink is rimmed with housemade chili salt and garnished with assorted fresh meats, cheeses, pickled veggies, and a slider.

Headquarters Beercade

Sixteen craft beers on tap. 43 classic arcade games and 18 pinball games. The numbers are impressive, but the figures on high-score lists probably matter most at Headquarters Beercade. The bar sits immediately beside Chicago’s red-line tracks, at an intersection of disparate decades. The modern, well-curated collection of beverages there complements an equally well-managed array of vintage arcade games. Punctuated by the soft hush of pints filling with brews from Avery, Two Brothers, Mikkeller, and other craft breweries, digital chatter drifts from those Pac-Man, NFL Blitz, and Street Fighter II machines. Death’s Door gin, distilled in the Midwest, and a solid selection of bourbons ensure that spirits are not neglected on the drink menu.

Those full glasses shimmer with electronic light from the beeping, blinking machines and a handful of flat-screen TVs, which are equally likely to show current sports action or classic Wrestlemania matches. The room has only a few tabletops, some of which have games built in, and friends sit across from one another there, playing competitively or arguing over which Tetris blocks would be most fun to meet at a party.

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