What You'll Get
According to Maslow's hierarchy of needs, humans cannot attain self-actualization without first tending to such basic physiological needs as water, sleep, and hot wings. Achieve overall fulfillment with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of pub fare and drinks at Calder's Buffalo Pub in Mount Pleasant.
As one of the four Buffalo's Bar and Grill restaurants scattered throughout The Palmetto State, Calder's Buffalo Pub dishes out a menu filled with stomach-stuffing sandwiches, sides, and other comforting comestibles. The signature wings come swathed in 20 different sauces, including the tart lemon pepper, the exotic garlic teriyaki, and the surprisingly amiable Jamaican jerk—all served with a choice of ranch or blue cheese ($5.49 for six). Flightless feasts can be appetizingly augmented by the likes of cheesesteak fries ($6.69) or hearty meat and bean chili ($5.49), while bigger bill items such as the blue cheeseburger give patrons' paws a bread-buffer zone, perfect for keeping fingertips safe from the slobbering jowls of would-be patty poachers ($8.69).
The wall-mounted TVs and sports pennants peppering the confines of the warm pub exude a sporty vibe for fans looking to fill their food tanks while feasting their eyes on the big game. A line-up of draught beers and mixed drinks allow patrons to get their fill of un-forbidden fermented fruits, and make Calder's an ideal post- or pre-work watering hole.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 26, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Limit 1 per table. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Calder’s Pub
For chefs at Calder’s Pub, the tender meat of a hot wing serves as a blank canvas for zesty, diverse flavors. Their menu boasts 20 wing sauces including hot honey, lemon pepper, and jamaican jerk. Pools of ranch or blue cheese temper the spicy flavors, and heaps of napkins stand at the ready for messy fingers and toes. Classic pub fare, such as sandwiches, hand-cut chips, and juicy burgers, sate larger appetites.
Though the fare alone draws crowds to the pub's four locations, folks also gather for the convivial sports-bar atmosphere. Barkeeps pour draught beers and swizzle well drinks. Wall-mounted TVs, vibrant neon signs, and sports pennants decorate the walls, making it an ideal spot for amassing to watch the big game or amassing materials to bribe a team mascot.