What You'll Get
Simulated reality is preferable to actual reality, as reality offers few chances to be rewarded for destroying mushrooms with a wrench or for jumping from rooftops while clad in blue spandex. Give real life a what-for with today's deal: for $59, you get four video-gaming cards and a group meal (a $159 value) at Jillian's Indianapolis, an entertainment megaplex located downtown on Meridian Street. Buy up to five of today's deal for quintuplets of fun. Today's deal does not include bowling or tax.
Jillian's is a 45,000-square-foot gaming and noshing emporium bursting at the seams with high-tech old-fashioned good times. Today's deal is perfect for a group of four people, letting customers loose on this Valhalla of hoopla. The second floor of amazing games offers a full tier of more than 100 electronic simulation games for virtually actual fun, and the first floor restaurant features more than 20 big-screen TVs alongside satisfying eats. You'll get a total of four $15 game cards for $60 worth of second-floor video-game play. Whether you're flying solo or you bring along a fleet of gaming sparrows, each of the four gaming cards will get you anywhere from three to 21 games (the cost of games varies).
After storming up an appetite in the frenzy of game play, a meal fit for a group awaits your solo or collective stomach(s). Enjoy one appetizer ($11.99), with classic options such as nachos, popcorn shrimp, and boneless buffalo wings to choose from, followed by four dinner entrees of $14.99 or lesser value, such as lightly breaded tilapia fish and chips, a 12 oz. sirloin steak served with garlic mashed potatoes and seasonal veggies, or a chicken-tender dinner served with fries. End the evening with two desserts ($4.99 each) such as caramel cheesecake and brownie bites. Leave Jillian's as full and content as a productive oyster brimming over with fat, juicy pearls.
- I found Julians [sic] to be a refreshing change from the normal evening out with friends. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The food was good and a great time was had by all. – tracycarter, Citysearch
- I'm not much of a gamer, but I had a lovely time there while visiting a friend in Indy this weekend. – Victoria S., Yelp
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 17, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 5 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Must use in 1 visit. Tax not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.