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Happy's Grille enlivens patrons' evenings with scrumptious pub fare, a wide selection of drinks, and live entertainment throughout the week. The venue's menu of pizzas, sandwiches, and appetizers fills all eight chambers of the human stomach with options such as the highly splittable 12-inch pepperoni pizza ($9). Gastronomes and gumshoes can investigate the whereabouts of tanginess with a barbecue-chicken sandwich ($7) or sink fangs into a steak sandwich, which sports avocado and A.1. steak sauce ($7.50). Guzzle a bottle of domestic beer ($3.75) from the drink menu or precisely stain a stranger's shirt in the shape of your phone number with a glass of house wine ($4.75).
Tuesday-night karaoke fills the eatery with guest renditions of popular tunes, and open-mic Wednesdays give Chumbawamba a second shot at glory. DJs and live bands provoke music fans to dance without inhibition Thursday–Sunday.
A silence settles over the typically boisterous bar as eyes fixate on the TV set, where the ball hangs in midair before carrying over the fence, falling through the hoop, or landing in the arms of a receiver. Before long, the silence explodes into cheers, and glasses clink together as more rounds of beer make their way to the tables.
This is a common scene at Happy’s Grille, where sports fans of all stripes and allegiances assemble to watch games while savoring 50-cent appetizers, hearty pub sandwiches, and domestic and premium beers. The nightly crowd lingers long after the final buzzer Thursday–Sunday, when DJs spin danceable hits and live bands rile up the crowd with guitar solos, thumping bass lines, and melodic recitations of the game’s play-by-play broadcast. Open seven days a week, Happy’s Grille keeps midweek crowds entertained with live karaoke and, of course, numerous televised sporting events.