Everybody loves eating ribs because they're delicious and when you're done you have a tiny xylophone made of bones. Play with your food with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
$43 for a four-course dinner for two, Sunday through Thursday (up to a $90 total value)
$57 for a four-course dinner for two, Friday or Saturday (up to a $90 total value)
$79 for a four-course dinner for four, Sunday through Thursday (up to a $180 total value)
$109 for a four-course dinner for four, Friday or Saturday (up to a $180 total value)
See the four-course menu.
When creating their inventive, American-style dishes, the chefs at Ironwood Tavern work with nearby growers and livestock producers to ensure only the freshest seasonal ingredients land in the kitchen's wood-fired grill. Beyond the artfully-presented meals, Ironwood Tavern prides itself on repeat diners. Staffers continuously work to create a friendly atmosphere where families feel right at home, even offering to realistically roll their eyes when parents say something totally lame.
Local food and good old-fashioned friendliness only make up two parts of Ironwood Tavern's three-pronged equation, though—the other component is unmistakably beer. Ironwood makes their passion for the hoppy beverage, local and otherwise, immediately apparent at the bar, which features 24 taps that pour a regularly rotating selection of craft beer. The tavern's dedication to great brews doesn't just stop at the draft handles, however—an on-staff craft beer expert actually works with the executive chef to help create dishes that thoroughly complement the bar's selection. Good beer is such a priority that sometimes, the development of a dish begins with the beer selection and goes "backwards" from there.
What some people are buzzing about:
81% of 91 customers recommend
“Good food, lots of it, and great service. We'll be back.”
“Excellent quality and portion size! It was a very generous portion that tasted excellent!”
“Very tasty food. The groupon was a fantastic deal. They should offer pre-set menus like that all the time and I think that it would be packed all the time.”