Bars in Goshen

Hookah and Soft Drinks or BYOB Fees for One or Two at Rotana Cafe (Up to 52% Off)

Rotana Cafe

Chicago

On weeknights, groups can enjoy their hookah with house soft drinks or they can bring wine or drinks from home on Saturdays

$19.83 $11

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$16 for Premium Beer Flights and Michelin Bib Gourmand-Rated Bar Snacks for Two at Paramount Room ($32 Value)

Paramount Room

Central Chicago

Rotating list of craft beers and Belgian ales pairs with gourmet nosh like tempura green beans or pork belly sticks with maple mustard sauce

$32 $16

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Burgers, Pub Food, and Drinks for Two or Four at Lincoln Avenue Social (50% Off)

Lincoln Avenue Social

Chicago

The pub menu features classic sandwiches, Tex-Mex plates, and Burgers topped with beef chili and mac and cheese

$30 $15

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$10 for $20 Worth of Drinks at Glascott’s Saloon

Glascott's Saloon

Lincoln Park

Bellied up to a wooden bar at an authentic speakeasy, guests sip on a selection of 18 draft beers, imported brews, and glasses of wine

$20 $10

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Wine, Beer, or Whiskey Flight with Appetizer for Two or Four at The Sedgwick Stop (50% Off)

The Sedgwick Stop

Near North Side

Gastropub that emphasizes whiskey and craft brews also spotlights sliders, poutine, and spare ribs

$32 $16

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Karaoke with Food and Drinks at Echo Karaoke and Taiwanese Grill (50% Off). Four Options Available.

Echo Karaoke and Taiwanese Grill

West Lafayette

Enjoy a large selection of songs in several languages while munching on food such as lamb kebabs and edamame and sipping on sake or tea

$28 $14

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One or Three Groupons for $22 Worth of Pizza, Sandwiches, and Pub Food at Harry's Sports Bar

Harry's Sports Bar

Countryside

Sports bar with more than 30 TVs and three projection screens entertains guests devouring wraps, pizzas, and nachos

$22 $12

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It can be hard to keep track of how food is produced when it comes from the other side of the country. That fact, along with a desire to support the area economy, explains why chefs at Constant Spring––a non-smoking bar––attempt to source their ingredients locally. Hormone- and antibiotic-free meats and veggie patties shaped by hand fill sandwich buns. In the kitchen, chicken marinates in buttermilk before a trip to a deep fryer, and pots of housemade jerk sauce pour forth steam like a supercomputer trying to write a birthday card. More than 50 beers run in sudsy rivulets from glasses, hinting at the hard work of brewers at Left Hand, Founder’s, and 3 Floyds.

219 S Main St
Goshen,
IN
US

The nature of the seasoning that gives Whiskey Dick's Five Star Dive Bar’s handmade, never-frozen beef patties such a bold flavor will forever remain a kitchen secret. The origin of the 5-Star Stack burger’s name, however, is anything but secret: the towering structure consists of two grilled cheese sandwiches that bookend two patties crowned with grilled onions and bacon. Along with the behemoth entree, Whiskey Dick’s menu includes bar classics such as mozzarella sticks hand-dipped in housemade breading, as well as a half-pound ground beef burrito rolled in a jalapeño cheddar tortilla.

To complement the meaty dishes that emerge from its kitchen, Whiskey Dick’s hosts entertainment every night, including football games broadcast on a 108-inch HD screen. Open jams let musicians gather for impromptu melody making, live bands rock out every weekend, and acoustic musicians play after-dinner sets that soothe stomachs more effectively than the nightly lullabies you sing to your navel.

561 E Jackson Blvd
Elkhart,
IN
US

While technically a chain restaurant, Houlihan's bedazzles its chain with glitter and winsome intrigue, boldly preparing every last bite of its savory fare by hand. Hosts of diverse ingredients culminate inside one open kitchen where professional food handlers slice, sauté, marinate, and arrange food to its tasty and aesthetic best, allowing each meal to display its individuality before being broken down into individual nutrients for absorption in the body. Casual dining is elevated by meticulously designed restaurants that pepper a patron's experience with a playlist of hand-picked tunes and customer-designed coasters that give a voice to condensation-catchers.

4240 N Main St
Mishawaka,
IN
US

Dubbing the theater “The Palace” when it opened in 1921, Chicago architect J.S. Aroner strove to capture a regal ambiance with a patchwork of diverse, though uniformly opulent, building styles. Patrons today can spot baroque, Greco-Roman, and even art-deco designs as they drift through the restored rose, blue, and cream entryway. But in 1959, The Palace was crumbling, and it seemed that future generations would miss out on this aesthetic experience. A concerned citizen by the name of Mrs. Ella Morris swooped in, though, purchasing the building for an undisclosed sum and then selling it back to the city for $1, which she promptly blew on gumballs. Newly named, the theater welcomed such acts as Louis Armstrong, REO Speedwagon, and Fleetwood Mac in the ensuing decades until a major, two-year overhaul began in 1998. Now restored to its original condition, the venue hosts standup acts, Broadway musicals, big-name concert performances, and fully produced ballets.

211 N Michigan St
South Bend,
IN
US

Cricket's Tavern is known just as much for its food as for its friendly confines and ample selection of brews. The menu is chock-full of soups, sandwiches, burgers, seafood, sandwiches, and noodles served in heaping helpings. Warm up from the inside with hearty spoonfuls of new england clam chowder ($2.25 for a cup, $4.25 for a bowl) with a side of garlic texas toast ($0.75), which contains more oil derricks than other toasts. Or, dunk mozzarella stix ($3.95) and cheddar pints ($3.45) in a cup of spicy cheese ($1.25) to put enough cheese in your tummy for it to declare itself related to a cow. Seafood options include crab cakes ($7.25), two-piece beer-battered cod ($8.95), shrimp gumbo ($8.95), and barbecue beer-battered shrimp ($8.75). The jukebox is free every Wednesday night, and there's Karaoke on Tuesday nights.

120 W 7th St
Auburn,
IN
US

Legends Sports Bar & Grille unites a brawny team of hearty pub and diner standards with a full roster of entertainment of both the televised and hands-on varieties. A concentrated breakfast menu, made from squeezing cookbooks until they release their sweetest breakfast juices, revs up belly-engines with a large order of biscuits and sausage gravy with hash browns ($6.50) and Michigan-roasted coffee ($1.50). Later in the day, kick off lunch and dinner with an order of spicy onion scoops with ranch or blue cheese ($4.50) or a cup of house-made soup ($3), perfect for testing the gastronomic waters before introducing gargantuan beef bundles such as the Legends burger—a 10-ounce patty reinforced with cheese, sautéed onions, crispy bacon, and waffle fries ($9.50). Kids can dine on time-tested tot favorites of chicken strips or mac ’n’ cheese ($5 with fries and drink).

1027 E Michigan Ave
Paw Paw,
MI
US