Watching a show during dinner is the most exciting way to liven up a meal, next to juggling silverware at the table or paying the violinists to play the entire Black Sabbath catalog. Delve into a meal while being entertained with today's Groupon to Saint Rocke in Hermosa Beach. Choose from the following options:
- For $39, you get a live-music night for two (up to an $84 value).
- For $69, you get a live-music night for four (up to a $168 value).
- For $98, you get a live-music night for six (up to a $252 value).
- Each night includes the following per person:
- One concert ticket (up to a $15 value); this Groupon is valid for any concert, and customers can pay the difference for any show more than $15
- One menu item (up to a $12 value)
- One drink (up to a $15 value)
National-touring acts and local bands play a diverse mixture of tunes in Saint Rocke's upscale-lounge atmosphere where patrons nosh on burgers and sip cocktails among leather benches and a fireplace. Dueling pianos and tribute bands pepper the venue's roster of upcoming concerts, which, like a vampire’s ventriloquist dummy, entertains nearly every night. San Francisco–based group Diego's Umbrella brings Latin influences and ornate homemade costumes to the stage on October 26, and Tenacious D–rocker Kyle Gass and his crew of guitarists and flautists perform on November 5.
While tapping toes or blinking in sync with live beats, attendees can peruse Saint Rocke's menu of updated classic-American fare. Saint Macs sliders squeeze thousand-island dressing and american cheese between hawaiian sweet bread, whereas pecans and feta cheese gallivant atop the sweet-bacon-and-pear flatbread. Toasted baguettes doused in marinara-and-goat-cheese dip pair with wine, beer, or cocktails poured behind the lengthy wooden bar. High ceilings and dark-wood furnishings imbue the space with a cozy, elegant vibe that suits the range of musical tastes that squeeze between Saint Rocke’s ghost-proof walls.
After a breakneck start following his brothers into investment and then raising a small empire of restaurants, Allen Sanford decided to slow down. At the helm of Saint Rocke, he follows a passion for music, keeping his life low-key and fostering blooms of fast-tempo rock, hip-hop, and Latin tunes. To further spread his love of music, he streams high-definition live concerts across the Internet and regularly throws fistfuls of sheet music out his car window. Yet to fully experience the thrill of dancing crowds and pulse-thrumming guitar riffs, music lovers dive into the venue's intimate stage shows.