There are several staple Thanksgiving dishes, including turkey and the stuffing that just shows up inside the turkey after you cook it. Discover great tastes with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $39 for a Thanksgiving dinner for two (an $80 value)
- $75 for a Thanksgiving dinner for four (a $160 value)<p>
The dinner includes an appetizer of either butternut-squash soup with toasted pumpkin seeds, or a baby-greens salad with goat cheese, dried cranberries, beets, and balsamic-pumpkin vinaigrette. The traditional menu continues with roasted turkey, stuffing, candied yams, green-bean casserole, orange-ginger-cranberry relish, and wild-mushroom gravy. A dessert of pumpkin pie with cinnamon whipped cream caps off the meal. Amity Hall will donate the price of a Thanksgiving dinner to the New York City Food Bank for every Groupon purchased.<p>
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.
84% of 332 customers recommend
“Go during the week. The weekend drink special(s) brought in a too-noisy crowd. Otherwise, it's a "friendly" place, just like its namesake suggests.”
“Fun place, nice laid back scene with a great happy hour and weekly specials. The food is decent and their beer selection, especially craft, is well above average.”