It's a lot easier to have a nice dinner in a restaurant than at home, especially if you own unusually heavy forks. Have an effortless night out with this Groupon.
$20 for $40 Worth of Rotisserie Meats and Comfort Food
A half-rotisserie-chicken and ribs combo plate is $19, a cowboy ribeye steak is $38, dill-crusted salmon is $18, and house-made lasagna is $14. See the full menu.
Stand facing one way in the parking lot of Niko’s Lodge and you’re in suburban Algonquin; turn the other way, and you’re in a mountain resort town. As diners pass under immense dark wood beams, they encounter a handsome pinewood bar, a roaring fireplace flanked by comfy furniture, and, drifting through it all, the fragrance of steak, rotisserie chicken, and pork ribs. Flavors tend toward hearty American favorites: barbecue, meatloaf, and decadent combinations such as a chicken-and-bacon mac and cheese, to name a few. Much of the fish is supplied by nearby rivers and lakes, and all the beef comes from upper-Midwestern Braveheart Black Angus cattle. If guests have saved some belly space, they can step outside to the fire pits to toast complimentary s’mores and destroy napkins on which they wrote embarrassing sonnets to pot roast.