Beer has been enjoyed for millennia, much like the comical query "Working hard or hardly working?" Taste a time-honored tradition with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of bar food and drinks for lunch
- $20 for $40 worth of bar food and drinks for dinner
Lunch at the restaurant begins at 11 a.m. and dinner starts at 5 p.m. The menu includes potato skins stuffed with pulled pork ($7.95), chicken cordon bleu sliders on pretzel rolls ($9.95), and six-inch grilled chicken tacos with pickled onions, sesame seeds, and teriyaki sauce ($3.49 each). During the week the menu features daily food specials such as items of the week including exclusive HOME rolls, pasta dishes, desserts, and protein-based meals.
House of Music Entertainment
Everybody has personal drink specifications—a little more whiskey here, a little less beer there. That's why seven booths at House of Music Entertainment are outfitted with table taps, where diners pour their own brews and spirits. Of course, guests can defer pouring duties to bartenders, who supply drafts, bottles, and cans from an extensive beer selection that includes microbrews, such as Founders alongside beloved classics.
The libations complement House of Music Entertainment's version of American bar food, which includes unorthodox options such as chimichangas filled with Philly cheesesteak or chicken cordon bleu fixings. For night owls, a late-night menu serves bar staples, such as fried zucchini and jalapeno poppers, from 10 p.m. until 1 a.m.
Those late night snacks keep patrons nourished as they watch the latest football matches, baseball games, and referee hugging competitions on the bar's 80 plasma televisions. Inside House of Music Entertainment's 15,000-square-foot theater, concertgoers take in a show by musicians such as Naughty by Nature and Carly Rae Jepsen, both of which recently graced the 28-by-30-foot stage. They've built up an extensive media gallery inclusive of not only national acts but also the local bands and DJs their theater showcases. During the summer season, patrons can also enjoy the al fresco scene on the bar's patio.
90% of 267 customers recommend
“About $15+ for lunch including tip so a little more on the high end. Decent menu. Friendly and quick service. Easily have a conversation. I like the amenities (pool...”
“About $15+ for lunch including tip so a little more on the high end. Decent menu. Friendly and quick service. Easily have a conversation. I like the amenities (pool tables) though didn't have a chance to participate this trip.”
“Great place. good food!”