Dining out with new friends is an easier way to discover common interests than digging through their garbage or interrogating their pets. Keep a safe distance with today’s Groupon to Cactus Moon Sports Grill in Mesa. Choose between the following options:
- For $10, you get $20 worth of American fare and drinks.
- For $22, you get a three-course meal and drinks for two (up to a $59.46 total value). The three-course meal includes the following:
- One appetizer (up to an $11.99 value)
- Two entrees (up to an $11.99 value each)
- One dessert (a $5.99 value)
- Two alcoholic or nonalcoholic beverages (up to an $8.75 value each)<p>
Vivid neon flames encircle the exterior of Cactus Moon Sports Grill, where chefs prepare an eclectic menu as diners sip on robust wines and craft-brewed suds. The queso-and-chips appetizer pairs house-made tortillas with warm pots of spicy, gooey cheese, and Wachos, a southwestern twist on nachos, douse crisp waffle fries in a hearty sauce. Battered in beer, cuts of deep-fried cod emerge from the kitchen accompanied by a zesty cucumber-wasabi sauce, passing a procession of 14 sandwiches—including a meatball hero cloaked in marinara and provolone—vying to be enveloped in the mitts of visiting hand models. Vanilla ice cream oozes across a homemade Ghirardelli triple-chocolate brownie during the dessert course, with gooey ropes of semisweet chocolate adding an extra drizzle of decadence.
Clacking pool balls and rattling foosball kickers underscore sips on Cactus Moon’s selection of beer and wine, which includes sudsy drafts from Four Peaks, Stella Artois, and Sam Adams. Late-night patrons can take to the eatery’s 1,000-square-foot dance floor, where a DJ incites hip swivels and 360-degree head turns with an infectious track list of danceable tunes.
Cactus Moon Sports Grill
As its neon-flamed exterior would suggest, Cactus Moon Sports Grill is a lively establishment. Chefs prepare eclectic dishes, such as Wachos, their Southwestern twist on nachos, in which they douse crisp waffle fries in a hearty sauce. From the sports bar outfitted with 48 HDTVs, bartenders pour a selection of beer and wine, which includes sudsy drafts from Four Peaks, Stella Artois, and Sam Adams. On some nights, the clacking of pool balls on 15 billiards tables and the rattling of foosball kickers orchestrate rhythmic background sounds, and on others, a late-night DJ incites hip swivels and 360-degree head turns with an infectious track list of danceable tunes played out over a 1,000-square-foot dance floor.
77% of 262 customers recommend
“Great venue for Mesa.”
“Great service at lunch. Food portions very good.”
“Great food and great service. Thanks!”
Green Acres Park
1017 N Dobson Rd
Mesa, Arizona 85201