What You'll Get
Considered a landmark of symbolic sea literature, when Moby Dick when it talks of peg-leg sailors it actually means thigh cramps and when it talks about blowing up the Death Star with lasers it is referring to a whale. Become the captain of your dining party with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of food and drink at the 15th Street Raw Bar & Grill in Virginia Beach.
The 15th Street Raw Bar & Grill offers a sampling of the ocean’s tastiest treats and serves up an ocean of beverage options. Known for its seafood caught in the restaurant's backyard, 15th Street Raw Bar & Grill also dishes out nonswimmers such as the hand-cut New York–strip steak with the option of coleslaw and fries weary after a long journey from France ($18.99). Enjoy a sea feast with the raw and steamed oysters ($10.99/dozen), middleneck clams ($9.99/dozen; $24.99/bucket), or the seafood whirlwind of shrimp, clams, oysters and crab known as the Mr. Steamer platter (market price). Like cruise ships and family weddings, 15th Street Raw Bar & Grill provides a fully stocked bar, mixed-drink list, and uncles improvising toasts.
Located a clamshell’s throw from the beach, the 15th Street Raw Bar & Grill’s outdoor seating is ideal for catching some rays or the sunset during a meal. The inside atmosphere is an incubator of good times with brightly painted walls, mounted fish, and an animatronic Jacques Cousteau telling fortunes. Every Friday and Saturday the bar cranks up the party power with a schedule of live music as well.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 21, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per table, 2 per table of 4 or more. Must use in 1 visit. No cash value. Tax and gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About 15th Street Raw Bar & Grill
At 15th Street Raw Bar & Grill, chefs shuck oysters before placing the succulent half shells atop a bucket of ice. Back in the kitchen, they form and fry crab cakes using lump meat from crustaceans hauled right out of Chesapeake Bay. Raw, fried, broiled, grilled, steamed, or baked, if it comes from the ocean—the scientific word for Zeus’s aquarium—chances are 15th Street's chefs know how to cook it. Servers deliver the seafood dishes out into a casual dining room adorned with college flags or onto the roomy patio shaded beneath a tin-roof awning. 15th Street regularly hosts events, from live bands to friendly filibusters, and also invites guests to prove their angular prowess with a game of pool.