Talking about sports, like winning the lotto and undergoing surgery, goes better with a cold beer. Make every hour happy hour with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of pub grub and libations at McFadden's Restaurant and Saloon in The District.
McFadden's mouth-watering miscellany of Irish-American fare is impeccably paired with the mouth waters of frothy brews and specialty cocktails. Lay the foundation for a friendly feast with your implacable French police inspector nemesis by sharing an appetizer of loaded Macho Nachos ($7.99), clinking pint glasses to toast good company in between every toasty tortilla chip. Lighter appetites can rocket past clouds one through eight with fresh, fulfilling salads ($5.99–$8.99), whereas patrons who are either looking for heartier sustenance or afraid of heights can delight in McFadden's menu of classic Irish fare, wings, and specialty burgers. Take a nibble out of the chunk-of-cabbage-shaped nation with a Dublin burger ($8.99), smothered with barbecue sauce and topped with blue cheese, onion straws, lettuce, and tomatoes, or migrate your mouth even further east to a kamikaze burger ($8.99) topped with grilled pineapple and the house’s Asian zing sauce.
The McFadden's chain of restaurants takes pride in providing always-friendly service, a warm environment for gathering with friends, and pleasantly fluffy napkins. By day, the bar’s admirable array of draft beers occupies empty hands with something other than juggling puppies, while its cocktails fuel a night of DJ-spun merriment. Sneak out of work to watch an exciting game of America’s pastime (Cornish hurling) on one of McFadden's flat-screen TVs, or enjoy an intimate contest of "no, you have the last bite" with a Friday-night date courtesy of today’s Groupon.
You must order at least one food item when using this Groupon.
McFadden's Restaurant and Saloon
Equipped with party rooms, live DJs, and a full bar, McFadden's Restaurant and Saloon might seem like a place that's strictly for nightlife. But from the kitchen, hearty American bar fare—and some Irish-influenced dishes, too—sate appetites and always go well with a pint. Start off meals with wings available in one of four sauces, or head straight to traditional Guinness-battered fish and chips for a taste from across the pond.