Today’s Groupon invites you do what the name of the business says with a $35 gift card for $15 at Drink Cocktail Bar. Your Groupon is good for any of the tasty social lubricants at Drink, and the card that can be used over multiple visits, so there's no need to go crazy in one drinking. Redeem your Groupon at Drink and you'll be presented with a shiny new drink debit device.
When he's not gigging at renowned venues such as CBGB or the Bowery Ballroom, Pancho Garza preps others to do the same at Alamo Rock School. Likewise, Pancho's fellow instructors channel years of teaching and performing experience to help students aged 8–17 improve their guitar, bass-guitar, drums, piano, or singing skills.
Weekly one-on-one lessons are the bedrock of Alamo's rock club, whose weekend jam sessions give students the opportunity to play with fellow musicians. Private lessons pair with group rehearsals at the school's summer camp and rock performance sessions, which culminate in a live show at a local venue. Designed for musicians 18 and older, the adult rock program similarly whisks students out of their grownup forts made of utility bills to the stage.
Rivercenter Comedy Club hosts well-established laugh conjurers and undiscovered comedic masterminds capable of leaving the 350-seat showroom doubled over in harmonized chuckles. Past Rivercenter audience-slayers include Carlos Mencia, Tommy Chong, Chris Rock, and Engelbert Humperdinck. This Groupon is good for a ticket to any show, so check the calendar for a show that sates your comedic taste buds. Once you’re settled into your seat or hammock, use the $5 food voucher toward any non-alcoholic menu item, each of which is specially prepared to fit precisely into a smiling mouth.
A San Antonio mainstay since 1890, Boehler’s continues to whip up a menu bedecked with inspired takes on comfort classics while surrounding guests in the allure of a historical eating establishment. The white-fish-and-salmon ceviche marinates in lemon and lime juice before diving into a sea of avocado and pico de gallo, and a risotto-stuffed banana-peppers appetizer warms taste buds when risotto flowers are in season. Chefs steep the signature Boehler’s Fried Chicken in buttermilk, jalapeños, and garlic for 36 hours before frying them to golden perfection, and merge beef and chorizo with green chile, provolone cheese, and poblano-green-chile sauce to form a fiery Southwestern meatloaf. Much like falling down a ski slope of granulated sugar, the Guinness Chocolate Car Bomb ($6.95) fills faces with sweetness, bombarding taste buds with cocoa drenched in Bailey’s & Jameson Irish Whiskey sauce.
Since 1987, Fatso's Sports Garden’s roster of chefs have been slow cooking meats with passion and precision–they mesquite-smoke their brisket for 12 hours and dish out racks of savory baby-back ribs that slide off the bone. Housemade sides and sauces are crafted fresh daily, and 22 beers on tap fill frosty glasses that frequently clink after touchdowns, homeruns, and slam dunks flicker across satellite-equipped TVs lining the restaurant's walls. Outside, a playground beckons youngsters, while grains of sand and old blueprints for Victorian-era sand mansions kick up across six outdoor volleyball courts.