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What You'll Get
Pin the tail on your favorite neighborhood hangout with today's side deal: for $7, you get $15 worth of food and drinks at Chicago Joe's, located on West Irving Park Road. Your Groupon is valid for dine-in only.
From Bozo the Clown to baseball players, Chicago Joe's has been attracting Chicagoans from all walks of life to its dinner table of delicious eats. Give props to Poseidon with Chicago Joe's beloved coconut shrimp ($8.95), climb the bacon-and-barbecue-sauce heights of the fully loaded cheezeborgers ($8.95), or make a dozen new friends with a full slab of Chicago Joe's baby-back ribs ($19.95), served with soup or salad, choice of side, and a fresh vegetable. Before dinner, guests are encouraged to explore Chicago Joe's vintage décor, featuring seats from the original Comiskey Park and historic photographs from long-gone days when Asian carp weren't holed up in Lake Michigan, collectively running for mayor.
- The burgers are great; my family loves the sausage and peppers and I love the wings...can make a meal on them alone. The key lime pie always makes a refreshing end to a meal. – mshols, Citysearch
- Great people, great atmosphere great service . really all around cool place... – hockey13forward, Citysearch
- Great Rubens and Cheeseburgers. Excellent ribs. The big surprise there is the oysters rockefeller - delicious. – ilovefood, Chicago Reader
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 5, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 5 per person. Limit 1 per table, 2 for tables of 5 or more. Dine-in only. Not valid with other offers. Gratuity not included. No cash value. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Chicago Joe's
The food slingers at Chicago Joe’s friendly bar and grill top tables with hearty helpings of 8.5-ounce Cheezeborgers, specialty ribs, and daily seafood specials. Frequented by the likes of Minnie Minoso and Bozo the Clown, the venue has attracted a loyal following with plates such as hearty blackened chicken fingers cooked in drawn butter or browned baby back ribs in a mellow sauce. A duo of daily seafood specials introduces Midwesterners to aqueous fare, such as clams and oysters, easier than setting up an exchange program with whales. As they dine, visitors take in war memorabilia and vintage décor, including stained-glass artwork and seats from the original Comiskey Park, that hearken to Chicago’s past or pay homage to the White Sox.