A pub can be the friendliest place to go in a neighborhood, especially if the local hug factory has closed for the day. Savor a supportive meal with today’s Groupon to Danny Boy’s Irish Pub & Restaurant. Choose between the following options:
- For $25, you get a pub dinner for two (up to a $65.85 value), which includes:
- One appetizer (up to a $11.95 value)
- Two entrees (up to a $41.90 value)
Two beers (up to a $12 value)<p>
- For $45, you get a pub dinner for four (up to a $131.70 value), which includes:
- Two appetizers (up to a $23.90 value)
- Four entrees (up to an $83.80 value)
- Four beers (up to a $24 value)<p>
Danny Boy’s Irish Pub & Restaurant enshrouds traditional pub eats in an amiable neighborhood atmosphere heightened by whimsical décor composed of antiques and vintage advertisements. Every day, chefs bake batches of complimentary Irish soda bread to temporarily tame charging Loch Ness monsters or appetites pining for starters of breaded green beans with horseradish dipping sauce or one of 14 flavors of wings. Grilled hanger steaks draped in sautéed mushrooms and onions step onto plate stages to headline meals, and bacon cheeseburgers and broiled filets of Atlantic sole dressed in lemon butter succulently wait in the wings. While guests view sports spread across five flat-screen televisions and two woven tapestries, draught beers such as Budweiser, Stella Artois, and Guinness spurt from the pub’s taps.
Danny Boys Pub & Restaurant
Danny Boys Pub & Restaurant welcomes a variety of patrons, from diners looking to dig into shepherd's pies to football fans sidling up to stools to watch the game in the company of friends and expertly poured pints. The chefs bake traditional and whole-wheat Irish soda breads onsite daily—serving the sliced results as complimentary sides—simmer soups in homemade stock, and prepare specialty entrees that include fresh calf's liver sautéed with bacon and onions. Behind the bar, Giants flags flutter between flat-screen TVs and stained-glass installations in the ceiling bathe mixologists in a colorful glow, energizing a lineup of taps that houses brews from Stella Artois to Chicago-import Goose Island Honker's Ale. A separate dining room cushions patrons with tufted booths as they scan the walls for vintage-style Guinness posters and a rare glimpse of the ghost of Arthur Guinness.