- Huge new sports bar
- More than 200 beers
- Upscale casual American fare
- Pool tables and HD screens
- Open daily for lunch and dinner
About This Deal
Eating while riding horseback was pioneered by the efficient Mongols, who also adjusted to reading, receiving haircuts, and filling out their taxes atop their four-legged mobiles. Enjoy the convenience of chairs and tables with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of food and drinks at Icehouse.
A glowing blue sign above the front doors welcomes diners into a huge, swanky restaurant and sports bar with a gargantuan menu and beer list to match. The Icehouse menu mingles Far East fare and south-of-the-border savories with a sprinkle of American tastes to glue it all together. Start off with the slow-smoked hot-chili-garlic grilled wings ($5 half dozen, $10 dozen) or the Thai beef salad, a bounty of shaved cabbage, soba noodles, carrots, cucumbers, and sesame-ginger dressing ($12). Fulfill your dark desires with the blackened pepper-jack burger ($9 small, $12 large), which you can scotch tape to a cup of chili. Seafarers can sample a catch of oven-roasted rainbow trout ($12–$16) with smoked-tomato succotash and sweet-potato fritters, while pig-farers can nosh a savory smoked- and pulled-pork quesadilla, topped with cheddar jack, caramelized onions, fire-roasted salsa, and sour cream ($9).
Your Groupon is also good for drinks, which you can guzzle in modern sporty style among pool tables and two floors of hi-def TVs while a translucent roof shines rays upon the noggin of your unsuspecting neighbor. Icehouse's beer-slinging bartenders pour a dazzling array of more than 200 brews, including local suds such as the Big Boss Blanco Diablo on draft ($4.50) and the Duck-Rabbit Amber Ale in a bottle ($4). Or expand your beer horizons with a Japanese Kirin Ichiban ($4). Icehouse also features a massive outdoor patio for those tired of the monotony of indoor weather patterns.
Open for lunch and dinner seven days a week.
Dark woods punctuated by electric-blue accents decorate the inside of Icehouse, where diners pair casual American classics with one of more than 200 beers. Throughout the space, complimentary WiFi and 20 flat-screen televisions and complimentary WiFi keep diners informed on the latest game scores, while upstairs a billiards loft entertains them during commercials. On nice nights, the crowd heads outside to the 100-seat covered patio for Carolina pulled pork sandwiches, sampler platters of sliders, and wings in one of seven sauces.