Socializing while eating isn’t merely a human trait, as giant pandas typically meet up to munch on jalapeño-bamboo poppers and analyze each other’s black splotches via Rorschach tests. Dig into scrumptious appetizers and study dining companions’ birthmarks with today’s Groupon to Angry Ale’s Neighborhood Bar and Grill, located in the South Charlotte/Dilworth area. Angry Ale’s serves up a host of pub favorites, from hearty sandwiches to meal-worthy appetizers, in a comfortable and friendly neighborhood setting. The pub specializes in scrumptious burgers, made from 7 oz. fresh ground beef, with options such as the caramelized, onion-topped Miss Kentucky ($7.99) and the Elvis burger ($8.49), served with a slathering of peanut butter, bananas, and a side dish of video evidence of the King’s continued existence. Pub dwellers can browse the rest of Angry Ale’s menu, which includes stomach-quelling appetizers, jam-packed wraps, and fresh-tossed salads.
Eighty-nine percent of Urbanspooners like Angry Ale's, and the Examiner includes it on a list of the best sports bars in the area. Although reviews are mixed on the crowd, many compliment the service and enjoy the food. Yelpers give it a 2.5-star average, and Citysearchers award it an average of four stars:
- I love Angry Ale's... Food is always good... Beer is always cold... What more do you need – Andrew Miracle, Urbanspoon
- It's a semi-diverse crowd mainly made up of 20-35 year old college grads who work in charlotte. The food is tasty, the atmosphere is laid-back, and the people are great. There's no need to get super dressed up to visit. Enjoy! – charlotteintheknow, Citysearch
Angry Ale’s Neighborhood Bar and Grill
At first glance, Angry Ale’s Neighborhood Bar and Grill looks like a regular sports hangout with its walls lined with dartboards and flat-screen TVs. But the eatery takes a creative angle with its menu of burgers, wings, wraps, and other pub food. From the redneck fondue—a heaping bowl of homemade queso dip—to tot-chos–tater tots smothered in jalapeños, cheese, salsa, sour cream, and a choice of meat–appetizers kick off meals with delicious unconventionality. This culinary aesthetic carries over to entrees and favorites such as the bacon fatty melt, a bacon cheeseburger with 1000 island dressing, whisked to tables by the ghost of Alexandre Dumas. Diners can also put their appetites to the test by participating in the Button Popper, a speed-eating cheeseburger challenge that asks the age-old question, “Are you built for speed or comfort?”
1600 Montford Dr.
Charlotte, North Carolina 28209Get Directions