On a patio, mimosas and bloody marys wash down eggs benedict, pancakes, and the other foods that you legally must eat every weekend
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What You'll Get
Having a leisurely brunch with friends is a great way to relax or to lay the groundwork for next year's "Most Improved Marathoner" Award. Take your time with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $25 for brunch for two, with two entrees and two brunch cocktails ($44 value)
- $49 for brunch for four, with four entrees and four brunch cocktails ($88 value)
- $69 for brunch for six, with six entrees and six brunch cocktails ($132 value)
- $109 for brunch for 10, with 10 entrees and 10 brunch cocktails ($220 value)
The menu includes eggs benedict with canadian bacon, cornmeal pancakes, and stuffed french toast washed down by beverages such as mimosas, bloody marys, and Metropolis coffee.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation recommended; subject to availability. Must provide 21+ ID to receive alcoholic beverages. Not valid for happy hour specials. Tax & Gratuity Not Included. Not valid on major federal holidays. Brunch only available on Saturday and Sunday. Not valid with other promotional offers. Only valid at River North location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Then Let Us Toast John Barleycorn. . .
It makes sense that people flock to John Barleycorn's River North location for drinks on weekend nights. After all, the popular watering hole takes its name from an old English drinking song. But cold beer and craft cocktails aren't the only reasons to visit—this upscale sports bar also offers rich dinners and boozy brunches.
Catching The Game
At John Barleycorn, the only way to miss the game is by closing your eyes. There are 72 televisions mounted along the walls, ensuring that every guest has a clear view. According to ChicagoNow blogger Steven Galanis, "there isn't a bad seat in the house."
It's easy to enjoy the warm weather while dining or drinking at John Barleycorn, thanks to an expansive patio and a retractable glass roof. That roof opens to the sky in the summer, sending the sounds of laughter and a DJ-curated soundtrack into the night. Rocco Laudizio of slick+designusa is behind the spot's nautical theme, which features dark woods, model ships, and a bartender who maybe used to be a pirate.