About this Business
- Pizza, American, Pub Food
This place closed before I got to use the groupon
Good customer service. Everyone pleasant.
Great food and atmosphere however it would be great to have a designated smoking area on the patio. People who dont smoke enjoy sitting outside too and its clearly the "smoke so far away from the building" is not being enforced here.
Please get the restaurant menu revamped to match your online menu & get a better cook!!
Pizza was extremely greasy and not all that tasty.
Get some more beer on tap. Devils Ale is nice, but with the drink local sign above the taps, maybe throw on a Hop Knot or something else from say, Four Peaks, San Tan, etc...
Great atmosphere. Great variety of live music. Food was great.
Turn the music down if there is not a band on stage. If you are going to charge a full price for a drink, make a full price drink. The ones we ordered during happy hour got charged at full price because the groupon doesn't work on happy hour prices... The drinks were not full strength. Switched my bill from happy hour price to off happy hour price when I showed my groupon... And my $20 for $10 wound up saving me a full 7 bucks... I definately feel it was a bait and switch. The groupon doesn't say it can't be applied at happy hour, but they completely re-rang up my bill.
From Our Editors
Several times a week, local bands showcase their soaring melodies and heavy riffs at Tonic Tavern & Kitchen. Adorning the tavern's exposed brick interior, the collection of framed electric guitars and autographs reminds patrons of the now-famous bands who once rocked the bar.
A passion for music and its history isn't just apparent on Tonic's walls—it's all over the tavern's rock-themed menu. Here, grilled cheeses on parmesan-crusted challah bread are named after the famous CGBG rock club, while a pound-plus of wings is called a drum set in honor of the chicken that was the original drummer of the Beatles. The theme continues with a selection of handcrafted pizzas such as the Fleetwood Mac, a medley of ribeye steak, thousand island dressing, and dill pickles.
Besides the guitar wall-of-fame, feasts at Tonic unfold among pool tables and flat-screen TVs tuned to the latest sports. A secluded outdoor patio features misters and fans yo keep guests cool in the summer, while heaters thaw visitors during the winter. Along with concerts, Tonic hosts events ranging from team trivia nights to live comedy.