Eating is necessary for survival, just like sleeping or carving yourself companions out of large pieces of wood. Don't just survive—thrive with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $25 for $50 worth of gastropub cuisine and drinks for two
- $40 for $80 worth of gastropub cuisine and drinks for four or more
Dig in with a menu of hearty American upscale pub food such as a seasonal pickled veggie plate ($7), white cheese and garlic brick-oven pizza ($12), Colonel's fried shrimp and oyster po' boy ($12), or sweet St. Louis ribs with collards and mac ‘n’ cheese ($18).
For its name, Shaw's Tavern can thank Robert Gould Shaw, the Civil War colonel of the African-American 54th Regiment and a major subject in the 1989 film Glory. Above the tavern's intricately carved paneled door, a likeness of the colonel on horseback appears on a Union blue sign, framing the handsome brick façade in an air of patriotism and old-timey charm. Inside, guests belly up to a knotty timber bar top and grind fresh pepper over plates of fried catfish and chicken and waffles. Burgers and pulled pork sandwiches pair nicely with cold beers, and charcuterie plates, red velvet french toast, and shrimp and grits make for hearty brunches.
What some people are buzzing about:
“The trivia night in Monday is super fun!”
“Good atmosphere. My shrimp and grits were very good. The rest of the table was not as happy with the food but it was good enough. Our waiter was fine but the severs...”
“Good atmosphere. My shrimp and grits were very good. The rest of the table was not as happy with the food but it was good enough. Our waiter was fine but the severs kept trying to deliver foods that was meant for other fibers. ”
“Great place to meet friends or a low-key but nice date. My favorite place to hang in Shaw. ”