India and Ireland worked hard to throw off the yoke of British imperial control and the even more oppressive yolks of the Cadbury Creme Eggs that were a mandated part of every imperialist meal. Celebrate culinary independence with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of Indian cuisine and drinks at Kennedy’s Irish Pub & Indian Curry House Restaurant.
At Kennedy’s Irish Pub & Indian Curry House, the best of Indian eats and Irish beverages unite to fill out a one-of-a-kind menu in a casual, multicultural pub atmosphere. Test your taste buds' produce-identifying skills with a deep-fried, mixed vegetable pakora ($3.95), paired with a selection from the deep beer roster, which features 69 brews on tap and 200 bottled varieties. Main-course dishes are crafted by entree entrepreneurs with a mélange of lamb, chicken, seafood, and rice, including the creamy chicken tikka masala ($10.95) and the spinach-sprinkled lamb sagwala ($11.95). Try a curry house specialty, such as the tandoori shrimp roll, stuffed with garbanzo beans and spices and wrapped up in traditional naan ($6.95). Meat-averse diners can try their teeth at the delectable vegetarian paneer makhani, built with homemade cheese and exotic sauce ($10.95). Kennedy’s Irish Pub & Indian Curry House's pub and game room also boasts an air-hockey table, two pool tables, three foosball tables, and four multiplication tables.
Kennedy's Irish Pub & Indian Curry House
Kennedy's Irish Pub & Indian Curry House is equal parts traditional Celtic watering hole and Indian restaurant. Chefs whip up a full menu of Indian specialties such as deep-fried pakoras and succulent tandoori meats until 1 a.m., when the kitchen appliances come to life. A hefty selection of domestic and imported brews flows from the taps, waiting to be soaked up by bar snacks including fries anointed with the pub's signature curry sauce. Ten televisions line the dining room, broadcasting high-definition sporting events to round out entertainment offerings of foosball, pool, and air hockey, in which flying hockey players slap at a winged puck.
1040 Columbus Ave.
San Francisco, California 94133Get Directions