Groupon is a combination of the words group and coupon. Each day, we offer an unbeatable deal on the best of Roanoke: restaurants, spas, sporting events, theater, and more. By promising businesses a minimum number of customers, we get discounts you won't find anywhere else. We call it "collective buying power."
Energetic live music pulsates across the spacious quarters of Growler’s American Grill and Venue—once known as Awful Arthur’s Towers—as barkeeps fill mugs and growlers with local pale and brown ales, porters, and a slew of bottled favorites. Platefuls of hearty American and Southern favorites, from meatloaf sandwiches to fish 'n' chips, energize diners to take the stage for a round of karaoke, with the background music supplied by a DJ, live band, or brownnosing date.
At Brambleton Driving School's DMV-licensed institution, skilled teachers guide future road warriors toward four-wheeled proficiency with in-classroom lessons and open-road instruction. The tutoring team utilizes a stimulating learning environment and a curriculum entrenched in defensive-driving strategies to produce a generation of safe drivers and decades of car chases that remain within the legal speed limit. The classroom instruction covers the rules of the road and driving principles, which are put into practice during sessions behind the wheel.
Following the baton of music director and conductor David Stewart Wiley, the members of Roanoke Symphony Orchestra and its chorus deliver concerts that cover a wide spectrum of genres, regaling ears with everything from sci-fi soundtracks to masterpieces by classical composers. Roanoke Symphony Orchestra also surprises audiences with visits from renowned performers by the likes of singer-songwriter LeAnn Rimes and triple-threat Bernadette Peters. Before masterwork concerts, Wiley stages preconcert talks that give audiences musical insight on the pieces that will be performed. To complement its programming, the RSO records a podcast called Inside the Music, which broadcasts playlists off Beethoven’s first generation iPod.
Certified massage therapist Heather Riddle soothes aching muscles and stressed-out minds during each one of her custom Swedish or deep-tissue massages. Using aromatherapy oils as well as her skilled hands, she works out long-held tension and knots in her clients’ shoulders, necks, and backs.