• For $16, you get a Signature Chicken Meal for two people (up to a $34.97 value). Click here for an overview of the combo. • For $30, you get a Signature Chicken Meal for four people (up to a $69.94 value). Click here for an overview of the combo. • For $42, you get a Signature Chicken Meal for six people (up to a $104.91 value). Click here for an overview of the combo. Chick’s Grill celebrates the egg’s most famous progeny with the Signature Chicken Meal, a combo of unusual size culled from a menu of specialty chicken dishes and American fare. Calibrated for coops of up six diners, each meal begins with your choice of appetizer, as fried pickles, grilled shrimp, and chicken nachos tease taste buds and taunt taste enemies. Diners then munch their choice of entrées, including any Chick’s Favorite chicken entrée, chicken sandwich, burger, or sandwiches from the “Not Into Chick’s” menu. Chefs slather up to 12 deep-fried wings in sauce before baking them to golden perfection, completely eliminating any chance of them flying off to migrate. The traditional chicken parm pairs breaded chicken with melted provolone and homebrewed marinara, while the Pittsburgh-style chicken sandwich sublets bun real estate to creamy coleslaw and crisp fries. Between bites, diners consult five wall-mounted HDTVs, tracking breaking sports happenings or watching five nightly newscasts at once.
If the chefs at Pizza Bistro had their way, no one would ever have to choose between a bacon cheeseburger and a gooey cheese pizza ever again. Their specialty bacon cheeseburger pie combines these two delicious American staples into one mouthwatering meal, topping a fresh-baked crust with hamburger meat, bacon, and a generous sprinkling of cheddar. Prefer tacos, gyros, or philly cheesesteaks to burgers? Pizza Bistro makes pizzas out of them too, along with 11 other specialty pies. Those who like to build their own pizza can choose from toppings like ham, green peppers, french fries, and feta, plus a choice of red or white sauce. Meanwhile, those who like to eat their sandwiches the old fashioned way can order from a list of more than 25 oven-baked hoagies or bite into classic hot dogs topped with chili and cheese. Other all-American eats include nine types of French fries, 12 flavors of wings, and seven styles of burger for those who like to eat something different every day of the week.
If Mulligan's Sports Bar and Grill was in its own country, it would be Steelers country. And Penguins country. And Pirates country. That's because the neighborhood eatery stays loyal to its Pittsburgh fans by hosting the games of Steel City's teams on its 17 flat-screen TVs and two 8-foot projectors. All those views make it easy for groups to witness every broadcast touchdown, home run, or rock-paper-scissors throwdown from their tables or at the bar. From there, they can dig into menu items including buffalo ranch chicken sandwiches, jalapeno burgers, and fresh gyros. With 18 taps and 50 bottles of brews, it makes it easy to grab a perennial favorite or find a new one, with selections like Iron City Light, North Country Firehouse Red, and Yuengling Lager.