At Macaluso’s Roadhouse, chefs hand-toss dough and simmer house-made tomato sauce before decorating pies with a variety of 16 toppings. Slices piled high with pepperoni, sausage, and bacon bits exercise, and a disk covered with mushrooms and green peppers offers a delicious visual device to teach younger siblings about fractions. A punch card for a fleet of 10 14-inch pizzas lets patrons savor cheesy bites in multiple visits with different groups of friends and family. Mouths munch as hands line up chips on Bar Bingo Tuesdays and shuffle cards on texas hold’em Sundays, and the live musical stylings of Tim Sigler drowns out the sound of chewing in ears on Thursdays.
Tucked in the basement level of a historic St. Paul building, the Artists' Quarter has a subterranean, classic vibe evoking a bygone era. The club is owned by working jazz musicians, who designed a sound, look and feel for the optimal live experience.
With today's deal, Minnesotans can drive the winter cold away in proper Irish fashion: by drinking, eating, and telling wild tales and dirty jokes at the pub. For $10, you'll get $25 worth of hearty pub fare and drinks at Cork's Irish Pub, located in downtown St. Paul.Many inauthentic Irish Pubs fail this intensive certification process, but Cork’s Irish Pub easily passed, thanks to its tasty Irish food, bevy of beer options (chest pour optional), and a happy hour that has just the right amount of happiness.
Gorge on classic comfort fare while watching men play sports on a television with today's Groupon. For $10, you'll get $20 worth of grub and nonalcoholic guzzle at Skinner's Pub and Eatery, a neighborhood eatery specializing in bar bites and beverages.