Though the “noble experiment” of Prohibition failed, other noble experiments, such as teaching horses how to shoot guns and giving suffrage to any horse that could shoot a gun, were huge successes. Celebrate the failure of the 18th Amendment with today’s Groupon to 75th Street Brewery. Choose from the following options:
- For $20, you get a pub dinner for two (up to a $41.98 value) that includes:
- Two entrees (up to $15.99 each)
- Two beers (up to $5 each)<p>
- For $36, you get a pub dinner for four (up to an $83.96 value). Dinner includes the following:
- Four entrees (up to $15.99 each)
- Four beers (up to $5 each)<p>
75th Street Brewery’s culinary gurus conjure mugs of house-brewed beer complemented by hearty portions of pub grub. Nosh on a taste of American ingenuity with the Red, White and Bleu burger, with brioche bun halves assembled with a half-pound of Angus beef, blue cheese crumbles, and a ketchup drawing of Thomas Edison. A trio of mushrooms and a six-cheese blend decorate the Fungus and Fromage flatbread pizza; rosemary-roasted free-range chicken arrives with an entourage of grilled asparagus and crispy yukon gold potatoes. Sip on brews such as the Possum Trot brown ale with notes of toasted nut, or the Royal Raspberry, which delights the palate by issuing hints of wheat ale, raspberry, and tomorrow’s crossword answers. The Brewery’s headquarters—based in the historic Waldo district—houses diners in a large open room accented with exposed wooden rafters and sports an outdoor beer garden. Local musicians frequently make an appearance at the pub to play shows and autograph telephone books.
75th Street Brewery
The Waldo district's 75th Street Brewery concocts unique beers best enjoyed while listening to the sounds of the local musicians who frequent its stage. As brewmasters labor to perfect the flavor of each keg, chefs craft an ever-growing menu of famous American eats, including burgers, ribs, pasta, and fresh vegetable salads. They call out daily specials on colorful, handwritten chalkboard menus suspended next to the high, exposed wooden rafters. For those who appreciate alfresco dining, a sunny beer garden lets in air and light through its slotted roof, while four solid walls block unpleasant noises, such as the squalls of wandering avant-garde jazzmen.
520 W 75th St.
Kansas City, Missouri 64114Get Directions