Bars in Lackawanna

Pub-Style Lunch or Dinner for Two or Four at Don Cherry's Sports Grill (Up to 50% Off)

Don Cherry's Sports Grill

Multiple Locations

Specialty poutines, prime rib cooked to order, battered fish ‘n’ chips, and chicken wings with a choice of sauces

C$25 C$15

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$15 for Two Sandwiches and Two Beers or Glasses of Wine at O'Brien's Tavern ($27 Value)

O'Brien's Tavern

Medina

Irish pub offers selection of beer and wine to pair with sandwiches such as patty melts, turkey BLTs, grilled cheese, and Reubens

$27 $15

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Two-Hour Cider-Making Class for Two or Four with Take-Home Kit and Pizza at Lake Ontario Winery (Up to 53% Off)

Lake Ontario Winery

Mayers Lake Ontario Winery

Learn the ins and outs of the cider-making process, nibble on wood-fired pizza, and take home a one-gallon cider kit

$179.76 $85

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Pub Food and Drinks at Bathtub Billy's Restaurant and Sports Bar (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.

Bathtub Billy's Restaurant and Sports Bar

Maplewood

Popular sports bar pairs live broadcasts with hearty pub burgers, pizzas, and supreme nachos

$30 $15

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Hookah and Drinks for Four at Fusion Lounge (Up to 60% Off). Two Options Available.

Fusion Lounge

Toronto Pearson International Airport

Variety of hookah flavours complement drinks and Middle Eastern–Mediterranean fusion food

C$30 C$12

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Pool and Bar Food at Monte Carlo Billiards & Sports Bar (Up to 70% Off). Four Options Available.

Monte Carlo Billiards & Sports Bar

Islington - City Centre West

During games of pool and snooker on 18 tables, players snack on chicken fingers, BLTs, and burgers

C$34 C$14

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Nightclub Entry and Drinks for Two, Four, or Six at Gravity Soundbar (Up to 54% Off)

Gravity Soundbar

Toronto

The DJs spin everything from hip-hop and house music to Top 40 and EDM and '90s hits in 3 different rooms with 3 different sounds

$54 $27

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$10 for $20 Worth of Sports-Bar Food — The Central House

The Central House

North Java

From the merchant: Come try our new restaurant, eat dinner and have a few drinks..

$20 $10

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Pub Food for Two, Four, or More at Junior's Sportsbar & Grill (50% Off)

Junior's Sportsbar & Grill

Cambridge

The cooks can treat guests to a smorgasbord of pub fare, including wings available in more than 50 different flavours and flatbread pizzas

C$20 C$10

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Equipped with plenty of televisions and a menu of palate-pleasing favorites, Buffalo Sports Garden provides fans with a superb viewing environment for games big and small. Kick things off with banana peppers stuffed with three-cheese filling ($7.99), or choose from among four different specialty jumbo wings ($9.99 for 10, $13.99 for 20). Custom-built burgers (starting at $8.49) allow protein Picassos to decorate sirloin canvases with a palette of different cheeses and toppings, and a plain personal pizza ($4.99) allows cheese Caravaggios to paint with toppings such as bacon and mushrooms ($1.00 each). Herbivores can graze on grilled veggie pasta, an amalgamation of red bell peppers, zucchini, yellow squash, carrots, and broccoli ($7.50).

2945 Southwestern Blvd
Orchard Park,
NY
US

Servers at Alternative Brews deliver frosty confections from a selection of 150 different beers, mixed drinks, and cold sodas to thirsty patrons. Though the beer menu rotates, previous selections have included the hop-laden potency of Flying Dog Old Scratch amber ($4.25), and the dark and velvety Young's Double Chocolate stout ($5). Offerings from Ayinger brewery, including Brau Weiss ($5), shuttle refreshing infusions of golden wheat from Germany to waiting glasses. Take a well or call drink of your choice ($4–$4.75) to the outdoor patio to cool off on balmy summer evenings, or show off air-harmonica skills against a backdrop of weekly live blues music. Monthly free beer tastings regale patrons with samples of new drafts from Alternative Brew's ever-changing selection.

3488 Sheridan Dr
Buffalo,
NY
US

D'Arcy McGee's Irish Pub was featured on Nile Guide as well as in an article on Associated Content about the best Irish pubs in Buffalo. The pub also has more than 1,100 fans on Facebook.

257 Franklin St
Buffalo,
NY
US

Atmosphere@62 dishes out a menu of upscale cuisine in an elegant, crimson-walled dining room, earning it a nomination WGRZ's Best Taste in Buffalo contest. Candlelight flickers and a hush falls over the dining room as the lobster ravioli appetizer stuffed with scallops, shrimp, smoked salmon, and lobster arrives at the table ($15). The filet of sirloin, served with roasted garlic mashed potatoes and house vegetables, takes francophile taste buds on a dream vacation with a choice of au poive or roquefort topping ($15), and the grilled cedar plank salmon, dressed in a livery of sauce vierge, tempts seafood-treasuring tummies alongside lemon-parmesan risotto and grilled vegetables ($24).

62 Allen Street
Buffalo,
NY
US

A friendly, family-owned establishment, Metzger's has been serving hearty, no-frills American fare in a jukebox-humming public house since 1955. At the top of the menu, there's Louisiana Cajun fries ($3.25) and cheddar-cheese-topped potato skins ($6.50). Farther down are heavy-hitting beef, steak, and seafood entrees. Metzger's signature sandwich is its USDA-choice slow-roasted roast beef ($7.50), sliced to order and served with freshly cut French fries. Chicken challengers can conquer Metzger's jumbo wings ($10.25 for 20), topped with mild, medium, or "suicidal" hot sauce. To cleanse esophagi, Metzger's offers wine, mixed drinks, and an array of domestic and imported beers.

4135 Seneca St
Buffalo,
NY
US

As pedestrians bustle past the eclectic restaurants and theater of the lively Chippewa District, the aroma of sizzling ground beef and freshly baked brioche rolls draws them toward Soho Burger Bar. Executive chef Ray Flor's kitchen is the source of these smells, where chefs whip up a variety of specialty burgers using specialty ground beef from the local Johnny's Meats and custom-made buns from Romeo's Bakery Cafe. They adorn patties of grilled ahi tuna, bison, and turkey with gourmet cheeses, sauces and garnishes, pairing burgers with appetizers of fish tacos or sides of truffle tater tots. Meanwhile, bartenders blend premium liquors into cocktails and decadent spiked milkshakes.

Reporters who lauded the restaurant's burgers in publications such as Buffalo Rising or Buffalo News were equally charmed by the interior decor, citing sultry lighting, an inventive chandelier made of liquor bottles, and walls covered in illuminated retro album covers. Cozy conversation nooks, bistro tables, couches, and translucent tortoiseshell patio chairs scatter the vibrant dining room, upstairs lounge, and outdoor patios of the versatile restaurant, which transforms into a quirky eatery during the day, a lively hot spot at night, and an enchanted yo-yo factory by early dawn.

64 W Chippewa St
Buffalo,
NY
US