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What You'll Get
Beer is one of the world’s oldest drinks, which explains why it imbues both wisdom and sudden urges to shoo neighborhood kids off your lawn. Gulp ages-old ales with today’s Groupon to 7 Bar & Grill in Southfield. Choose between the following options:
- For $20, you get a pizza meal (up to a $40 total value) that includes the following:
- One large specialty pizza (up to an $18 value)
- One appetizer (up to a $12 value)
- One pitcher of beer (up to a $10 value) * For $10, you get $20 worth of gourmet pub fare and drinks. The staff at 7 Bar & Grill welcome diners to the brew-happy home with an extensive menu of fresh gastronomic delights and a full roster of drafts, wines, and cocktails. Put one foot in front of the other two and begin fresh culinary excursions with one of the eatery's starters, such as the pepper-sautéed steak bites accompanied by zip sauce and buttermilk-fried onions. A beef patty, hugged by boursin and provolone cheeses, supports portobello-mushroom and red-pepper relish on 7's Signature burger, and the seared salmon sandwich luxuriates in dill aioli. As diners nosh on one of 10 specialty pizzas, such as the shrimp pizza with fresh herbs or the buffalo chicken pie with bacon, they can watch athletic bouts or the reflection of satisfied faces on one of the bar's seven 60-inch flat-screen TVs. Throats dry from comforting discarded napkins find solace in long island iced teas as well as a catalog of specialty cocktails, house wines, and 16-ounce drafts.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 16, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About 7 Bar & Grill
7 Bar & Grill might be so named for good luck, or for the number of 60-inch flat-screen televisions on the walls, but either way it sounds like some place you want to be. As the TVs broadcast sports games and other programs, visitors tip back 16-ounce drafts. On the surface, the place seems nothing more than a congenial spot to cheer on your favorite team, and perhaps indulge in a cocktail. The menu, however, reveals its devotion not just to traditional pub snacks, but also to restaurant-style meals.
The signature burger here isn't a simple lettuce-tomato-onion affair—it's built instead with provolone cheese, red pepper relish, and portobello mushrooms. If you crave a challenge, you might opt for the Big Boss, which puts two quarter-pound Angus patties on a three-layered bun. Other pub staples include cheese fries and chicken wings. The menu then steers into hearty territory with full dinners of lamb chops or rib eye steak. Though fish 'n' chips is indeed available, you can go a tad fancier by ordering a plate of seared Scottish salmon, or by eating the shrimp scampi out of a top hat. A list of nine specialty pizzas even features a shrimp pizza, dappled with red peppers, red onions, and herbs.