Enjoying the cuisine of another country can inspire people to someday travel there, where they will undoubtedly eat a cheeseburger and immediately come home. Save yourself the trouble with today's Groupon: for $20, you get dinner for two including an appetizer (up to a $12 value), two stuffed burgers (up to a $28 value), and two draft beers (up to an $18 value) at Amity Hall (up to a $58 total value).
Amity Hall bundles a slew of succulent burgers with gourmet ingredients bolstered by a voluminous beer list in its expansive two-story space. Begin with intros including the Amity cheese plate, a smattering of smoked gouda, new york cheddar, and drunken goat cheese paired with cornichons, candied walnuts, and toast points (a $12 value; not valid for prosciutto) before delving into one of the menu's seven creatively crafted patties. Brat burgers (a $14 value) hide beneath fennel sauerkraut and spicy ale mustard before divulging inner aged gouda and dreams of ballpark ownership, while the tempting turkey burger (a $12 value) surrounds apples, walnuts, and tarragon beneath a sweet cloak of mango chutney. Forty draft beers (a $5–$9 value each) balance burger-sated palates, with 20 rotating craft brews and a lineup of tap mainstays ranging from Goose Island IPA and Brooklyn Monster to Delirium Tremens and Leffe blonde.
Gothic wrought-iron banisters and walls of exposed brick surround sleek modern seating and scintillating chandeliers in Amity Hall's two stories of burger and brew beguilement. The restaurant's multitude of televisions, including a 20-foot HD screen, ensure that sports fans view their favorite games without distractions from other diners or howls from disembodied mascot masks.
Though Amity Hall sometimes features its own specials, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
When people need insight about their world, they climb mountains to consult with the gurus who live atop the peaks. If they want insight about beer, they need only climb the wrought-iron stairs that lead up to Amity Hall’s bar. Every bartender boasts the title of Cicerone–certified beer server, tested to prove their expertise and knowledge of all forms of beer. They pull the taps on rotating drafts and pop the top on bottled beers to pair every guest with their perfect match. To complement their brews, diners pick plates from a menu that includes flatbread pizzas and stuffed burgers that can hide chipotle peppers, aged gouda, or your house keys. Wooden booths and distressed painted brick flank both levels of Amity Hall. Upstairs, a 20-foot high-definition TV displays sporting events, whereas DJs spin music on weekend nights downstairs.
80 W 3rd St.
Manhattan, New York 10012Get Directions