French fries are an American staple with French origins, just like the Statue of Liberty or the practice of tongue-kissing Mount Rushmore. Satisfy a uniquely U.S. appetite with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of southern-style pub fare at American Classic Tavern in Lawrenceville.
A perimeter of brick walls and flat-screen TVs envelops American Classic Tavern, where craft beers wash down a menu of southern-inspired pub fare, and events busy guests with poker, karaoke, and football. Fished out of buttermilk seas and enshrouded in cornmeal, catfish morsels dive into a fryer before cooling off in Cajun tartar sauce ($8.99).
Fried, grilled, or ruthlessly interrogated chicken stars in the country-fried chicken salad, which unites romaine lettuce with a posse of bacon, egg, cheese, and honey-mustard dressing ($8.99). Atop a cheddar- and mozzarella-laden pizza, jalapeños and onions join texas brisket ($9.99–$10.99), coated in the same root-beer barbecue sauce that also drenches a half or full rack of slow-smoked, but fast-talking St. Louis-style ribs ($9.99–$17.99).
A perimeter of brick walls and flat-screen TVs envelops AC Tavern, where seasonal craft beers wash down a menu of Southern-inspired pub fare and events busy guests with poker, karaoke, and football. In the kitchen, chefs lightly fry catfish morsels and layer them onto plates alone or stuff them into po boys flanked by Cajun tartar dipping sauce. The texas brisket pizza joins two hearty staples as jalapeños and onions top texas brisket, coated in the same root-beer barbecue sauce that also drenches a half or full rack of slow-smoked but fast-talking St. Louis–style ribs. Every day of the week, diners can pair their feasts with diversions, including live music on Fridays and college football on Sundays.