Most states have made drinking alcohol at home illegal due to the proliferation of home facial-tattoo machines. Enjoy alcohol in public with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of hamburgers, pizzas, brews, and more at Knuckleheads Roadhouse, located in Virginia Beach.
Knuckleheads' front lot may be lined with motorcycles, but it proudly proclaims it is "absolutely not a biker bar in the stereotypical sense." Diners are warmly welcomed, the food smells delicious, the acoustics are good (according to AltDaily) and there's a palpable lack of wheelie-popping. The menu is teeming with hand-made goodies and hearty pub fare. Polish off a scrumptious appetizer such as blackened tuna bites served on a bed of rice ($9.99) or the full throttle chicken quesadilla served in a spicy jalapeño-cheddar tortilla ($7.99). Men who regularly arm-wrestle the Brawny man and grandmothers who regularly knead bread dough can test their strength against the man burger, a half-pound of beef deep-fried and plopped on a toasted bun with red pepper aioli ($7.99). Italian pies include the sweet 'n' tangy barbecue chicken pizza ($8.99).
On Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, when there's live music, Knuckleheads Roadhouse turns into a hopping joint. Karaoke on Tuesdays gives singers a chance to show off their falsettos or throat singing abilities. For evenings when the moon's not in strobe-light-mode, Knuckleheads' huge outdoor patio is a tranquil retreat, and for evenings when footballs are flying through the air, Knuckleheads' 10 50-inch plasma televisions are tranquil retreats. Pool tables are also available.
- Again, the mix of people was amazing – early 20s to early 60s, sneakers to leather boots, polo shirts to jean jackets, crew cuts to mullets. Seriously, it was bizarre, yet strangely refreshing. And comfortable. Definitely comfortable. The truth is that I was instantly in love with this place, mainly because of how I felt as I was standing there–like a rockstar. – Lea Marie Ponessa, AltDaily