Today's hat gets you a good-tasting American pub food Groupon at Henry's Hat. Taste the tasty tastes of $25 worth of burgers, pizza, and drinks for $10 at the restaurant with "upscale, chili-spiced bar food dished out by Texas native," according to LA.com. This Groupon is good for dine-in or takeout.
The menu has comfort-food classics such as corn dogs (9.95), six types of burgers, chili ($10.50), three types of pizza, chicken, salmon, chicken-salmon, and chicken-chili pizza-salmon burgers. Everything incorporates locally sourced, seasonal ingredients. Gayot recommends the mozzarella cheese curds ($5), house-made tortilla chips ($4), pulled-pork sandwich ($9), and the mussels ($10); it says "the pizza is a must, due to its perfect crust." Try the classic margherita with fresh tomatoes, basil, buffalo mozzarella, and Parmesan ($9.50) or the funghi with olive oil, mushroom, dry cured olive, pecorino, thyme, oregano, and arugula ($8.50).
Henry's Hat's friendly, attentive servers serve the brews and bites in a comfortable dining room with wood tables and exposed brick. The bar has a plenty of fresh fruit cocktails and drinks, such as the famous Luna Park's mojito. There are 16 TVs and a projector screen for sublime views of any sort of sport, plus there are free games to play, including Jenga, checkers, chess, Connect 4, Wii, and backgammon.
- Henry’s Hat is definitely a sports bar where patrons come to enjoy the games along with good drinks and food...There is never a dull moment in this venue boasting a flea market-chic décor; in other words, it can get very noisy. So don’t come intending to carry on a full conversation, but rather to enjoy the action. – Gayot
- The homey bar-resto features a few different sections with homey names like the Den and the Parlor, where you can enjoy both the upscale, chili-spiced bar food dished out by Texas native (and Longhorn) Nick Cobarruvias, as well as the slew of classic board games (Connect Four, anyone?) supplied by the establishment. If you're lucky, you can also play a game on the Wii projected onto a huge screen in the Den, or catch a stand-up comedy act there during half-time on Monday night football. – Eric Rosen, LA.com
Alternate Uses for Hats
Aside from a restaurant, Henry has many other uses for his hats:
- substitute plates
- inaccurate frisbees
- bed for a tiny dog baby
- hat + safety pins = diaper
- dress shoes
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