What You'll Get
Eating at home is so relaxing that your body may fall asleep mid-digestion—ergo, it's best to eat as close to a game of darts as possible. Worry your way into a well-digested meal with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of pub grub and drinks at 36th Street Lounge in Wyoming.
The 36th Street Lounge pacifies palate picketers with eclectic eats, a fully stocked bar, and live entertainment six nights a week. Its menu supplies a swath of savory delights, including burgers, pizza, and Mexican fare. Try the breaded mushrooms ($5.99), wet-beef tostada ($7.75), or small chicken-alfredo pizza ($11.99–$16.99), each with scintillating seasonings that make them easily identifiable in pitch-black mine shafts. Diners up to a challenge can burrow into The Legend burritos, massive rolled tortillas available in six varieties, like babies. Tuckered-out tummies can relax as their host bodies enjoy raucous entertainment, including karaoke, dueling pianos, live music, ballroom dancing, and biannual peacock serenades.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 24, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per table. No cash value. Tax and gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About 36th Street Lounge
Although 36th Street Lounge features a number of high-topped tables and booths, sitting is far from the only option. Live bands perform throughout the week and energize the crowds with high-octane sets. Other nights, DJs keep heads bobbing with eclectic mixes and karaoke allows guests to show off their ability to read. In addition to dartboards and a handful of arcade games—such as Golden Tee and Ms. Pac-Man—the bar features two pool tables.
The 36th Street Lounge kitchen crew whips together a menu of somewhat elevated bar fare. Fettuccine noodles arrive slathered in savory alfredo and sizzling fajitas receive dollops of teriyaki sauce. Regardless of the menu's inspirations, each dish pairs well with a drink from the bar. Bartenders pour frosty drafts of iconic brews and mix a number of cocktails using flavor-infused liquor.