There's an old saying—play football on an empty stomach, get an empty scoreboard. Today’s deal lines your stomach with the heavy-duty padding it will need to rush the nosebacker and score the touchpoint. For $10, you get $20 toward edibles and drink at Tom’s NFL American Sports Bar and Grill. The team at Tom's has been in practice for the past 25 years, and after such strict conditioning, its at the top of its game. You can use one Groupon for every two people at the table, so huddle up a group of your best offenders.
A salsa-dancing hotspot by night and a palate-pleasing eatery by day, Mango Martini’s seasoned chefs churn out a well-rounded menu of breakfast and lunch specialties as bartenders concoct accompanying brews. Palates preferring the yolky flavors of daybreak eats can time travel to prenoon hours with eggs benedict or sausages tucked into pancake blankets. Cuban sandwiches, mac ‘n’ cheese, and salmon with garlic mashed potatoes conquer guests' cravings for savory noontime feasts. As entrees slowly disappear, unlimited mimosas sate unquenchable thirst with nips of bubbly champagne and tangy orange juice that tango atop taste buds or mambo down guests' bibs.
The bar looks like a beer-lover's rainbow, a row of draft handles representing more than 30 brews. While bartenders fill pints and 7-ounce flight glasses, flat-screen televisions air major-league sports from around the world, from football to international soccer to pay-per-view UFC bouts. These surroundings make the bar and grill the kind of place where fans can spend an entire day catching games while enjoying drinks and a menu of pub fare. Valet parking lends the sports-focused eatery a luxurious aspect only seen in the sports world when the Marlins wear tuxedos instead of their baseball uniforms. In addition to sports, Hoops attracts guests with special events such as Singles Mingles and karaoke.
Sports Grill has perfected the recipes for its seven signature chicken wings over the course of a quarter century. Such culinary expertise fills the menu, from barbecued baby back ribs to philly Sports steak sandwiches with peppers and cheese. There's even seafood including a blackened fish fillet sandwich. The staff also serves beer and wine in front of major sporting events, which Sports Grill broadcasts across 17 flat-screen TVs.
Champions entices flocks of fans with a crowd-pleasing menu of flavorsome bar eats and more than 25 different beers. Warm up taste buds with fully loaded cheese fries smothered in bacon, green onions, and sour cream ($9) or frolic through a garden of greens, blue cheese, bacon, tomatoes, carrots, celery, and buffalo-chicken tenders with a buffalo-chicken salad ($12). Hearty handhelds such as the philly cheesesteak ($11), turkey reuben ($11), or chicken BLT ($11) fuel the arm muscles necessary for cheering a favorite Miami sports team onto victory.
The Joint's expert chefs revamp dietary staples into cleverly devised comestibles, satiating culinary curiosity within a sports pub setting. The menu packs more surprises than a magician's airline luggage, featuring delectable fare such as the Mahi tacos ($10.99) or the Joint pizza ($11.99 for a 10"), which coats a crispy, cheesy circumference with grilled chicken, bacon, goat cheese, and mozzarella drizzled in truffle oil. Buns halt the outward expansion of toppings bent on plate domination, blockading the fried eggs and applewood-smoked bacon of the Hangover burger ($10.99) or the peanut butter, fried plantains, bacon, and marshmallow fluff that compose the Crazy Elvis burger ($10.99).