Like a compelling nursery rhyme, good beer combines complex ingredients, ends with a surprising finish, and is traditionally used to close German parliamentary sessions. Celebrate brew-infused storytelling with today’s Groupon to 1st Place Sports Bar & Grill in Hoffman Estates. This Groupon is valid during Oktoberfest on Thursday, September 22; Friday, September 23; or Saturday, September 24. Choose between the following options:
For $20, you get a tent event invitation for two (up to a $40 total value). The package includes:
- Two tickets to the night’s live music performance at 7 p.m. (a $10 value)
- Two bratwurst sandwiches (a $12 value)
- Two cups of soup (an $8 value)
- Two Oktoberfest draft beers (up to a $10 value)
For $39, you get a tent event invitation for four (up to an $80 total value). The package includes:
- Four tickets to the night’s live music performance at 7 p.m. (a $20 value)
- Four bratwurst sandwiches (a $24 value)
- Four cups of soup (a $16 value)
- Four Oktoberfest draft beers (up to a $20 value)
1st Place Sports Bar’s yearly Oktoberfest bash kicks down the flaps of its festive party tent and sets revelers to reveling against a backdrop of live music and a gustatory foreground of specialty beers and German-themed eats. Taps overflow with Leinenkugel and other Oktoberfest beers, and kindly servers brandish bratwurst sandwiches and cups of nourishing soup until 3 a.m. each night. Noshers can chew along to the sonic stylings of a different band each night. On Thursday, dance-pop mash-up artists and Chicago natives Your Villain My Hero frolic about the stage. Friday sees cover band Trash Martini crank out '80s glam-rock favorites. Saturday, five-piece HyperFlo will perform digi-rock versions of modern classics, which may include Kanye's "Stronger," *NSYNC's "Bye Bye Bye," or Handel's "Water Music." Carousers can take a break from the festivities and watch sports or competitive sports announcing on one of 16 flat-screen HD plasma TVs.
First Place Sports Bar
Beneath the glow of 12 high-definition plasma televisions, riotous sports fans toast to their teams by clinking glasses and smushing burgers together at First Place Sports Bar & Grill. Between sips of cold beer and bites of handheld eats including sandwiches, nachos, and ribs, bar-goers throw wild shots at three dart boards and play 52-ball pickup around the pool table. Numerous video games, such as 2010 Golden Tee Live, Silver Strike, and Big Buck Hunter, jingle in anticipation of a feeding of quarters, while a jukebox offers a custom soundtrack to sporting revelry.