Behold the breathtaking views of the city at night as you dine on a wooden patio oasis and fill your belly with cheese, bread, tomato sauce, and more cheese. Today's Groupon gets you $30 worth of eats and drinks at Bryan Street Tavern for only $15. Toast the town with one of many drinks (nine draft beers, bottled beers, wine, and mixed drinks) and take advantage of this neighborhood tavern's tasty stone-fired pizzas.
BST's cozy lounge area—decked out with oak accents and subdued lighting—makes it easy to relax, and the patio is perfect for late-night gustatory gatherings. Its menu offerings include appetizers, salads, and much-lauded pizzas. Delicious pies include the BST deluxe (spicy Italian sausage, pepperoni, black olives, green peppers, onions, mushrooms, and jalapenos), pesto chicken (roasted tomatoes and ricotta cheese), and the steak pizza (filet mignon, onions, green peppers, and mushrooms). If you feel too restricted with pre-made pizza combos, build your own praise-worthy pie with ingredients such as artichoke hearts, fresh basil, hamburger, and filet mignon.
- My new fav place. BEST pizza I've ever had...better than Elbow Room (past fav). Ridiculous drink specials - ridiculous. 5 of us had 2 apps, drinks and a large pizza for $10 a piece. – Kelly L., Yelp
- Their patio is amazing with a beautiful view of the city. They also have pool tables, Big Buck Hunter, amazing LCD TV's to watch sports, a great (some what silly) jukebox of songs. – Jasmine D., Yelp
- After a coupla cosmos, me and my BFF moseyed over to the space that looks like your Aunt Edna's living room circa 1984 and slouched into a leather sofa. I'll never know how we managed to ever leave this comfy perch. – Eddi T., Yelp
Jukeboxes were introduced in the 1950s by an anti-rock-'n'-roll parents group who believed that easy access to the devil's music would cause teens to recognize the music's inherent evil. They were proven correct, and the final rock 'n' roll album, Yip Yap's Hip-Twisting Dance Party, by rock band Yip Yap, was released in 1958.
As rock records were removed from jukeboxes, the jukeboxes became sentient and began stealing purebred horses. You can still find non-sentient jukeboxes in museums or historical societies, but some remain active in bars and restaurants, such as Bryan Street Tavern, where jukeboxes are held in cages to prevent purebred horse theft.