What You'll Get
Most states have outlawed drinking alcoholic beverages at home due to the proliferation of home facial-tattoo machines. Enjoy cocktails in a public setting with today’s deal: for $15, you get $35 worth of sophisticated sips and savories at Firehouse Lounge. The swanky establishment, which was named the Best Lounge Bar three years in a row (2007–09) by Pittsburgh City Paper, is conveniently located in the Strip District.
Firehouse Lounge serves up a savory menu of small bites, sliders, and burgers, impeccably paired with handcrafted specialty cocktails to fill any hour with happiness and gummy grin exposure. Enjoy a baby plate of fried zucchini ($6) or crab and bacon flautas ($9.50) to properly prepare your palate, or treat your tablemates to a round of throw-backable beef, salmon, veggie, or crab sliders to quickly gain supporters for the upcoming table mayor election. For dinner, enjoy a protein-packed BLT burger with sun-dried tomato puree, chiffonade of romaine, and bacon aioli; a succulent salmon burger topped with lettuce, tomato, and caper tartar sauce; or a veggie burger sourced from green protein with goat cheese, dijonaise, lettuce, and tomato—all burgers served with your choice of fries or salad ($8.95).
Flaunting chic and sumptuous red benches, eclectic wooden fixtures, and the amber intermingling of chandelier light with flickering candles, Firehouse Lounge sets the stage for a fanciful night on the town with friends, buddies, or fellow amateur arm wrestlers. For an alfresco fete, grab a cozy seat on the newly constructed outdoor deck. On Mondays only, you can also use this Groupon to enjoy some pre-Prohibition-style cocktails at Firehouse’s sister space, Embury.
This Groupon is not valid after 11 p.m. or on holidays.
Firehouse Lounge was voted Best Lounge Bar three years in a row (2007–09) by Pittsburgh City Paper, and its in-house sister bar, Embury, was voted Best Pre-Prohibition-Style Cocktails in 2009 by Pittsburgh magazine. Yelpers give Firehouse 3.5 stars, and Citysearchers give it 4.5: > * Part of the appeal is that it’s so casual, comfortable and even personal, as if you had decided to fix yourself a fancy drink in the comfort of your own living room. – Cindy Yogmas, Pittsburgh City Paper > * (Fred) Sarkis uses only quality liquors, fresh juices and herbs, and homemade tinctures and syrups. – Pittsburgh > * The Firehouse Lounge is a perfect place for a first date or a night out with a group. – MelanieSTX, Citysearch
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 18, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Limit 1 per table. Must use in 1 visit. Not valid after 11 p.m. Valid at Embury on Mondays only. Not valid with gift certificates or with other offers or specials. Not valid on holidays. No cash back. Tax and gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.