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 deal: for $12, you get $25 worth of pub fare and drinks at McMenamins on Broadway, located in the Irvington District. This deal is good for the Broadway location only, but it can be used during happy hour.
With a newly expanded menu and a complete revamp of its English-pub interior, it’s a fine time to drop by McMenamins on Broadway for a quick brew or a marathon dinner. Using the freshest seasonal ingredients from local farmers, McMenamins serves Northwestern-style pub fare next to its frosty selection of flavorful ales. Imbibe one of the microbrewery's recently brewed beers ($2.40 for a glass), such as the fruity Ruby ale—made with raspberries—or the robust Terminator stout, sent from the future to stem the popularity of tasteless android beers. The pub's stellar archive of whiskey, including the very old small batch of Jefferson's Reserve ($10.25), will give whippersnapper taste buds a what-for. For solid sustenance, McMenamins’ new menu features pizzas such as the Irvington special, topped with salami, Canadian bacon, and sausage ($7.95/$24.25). Or opt for the flame-grilled burgers, packed with 1/3 pound of Country Natural Beef ($7–$9). Loyal herbivores can share the generously sized Grateful Veg plate, a smorgasbord of hummus, walnut-pomegranate dip, feta cheese, olives, freshly grilled flatbread, and electric Kool-Aid ($12).
McMenamins' recent renovations have expanded the pub's wood-laden dining room and added a heated outdoor patio upstairs for those who enjoy drinking outside but refuse to wear clothing. Relax and enjoy a brewski or two amid the restaurant's spacious new vibe and beneath trademark vaulted ceilings, the ideal atmosphere for pre-gaming before heading to the Rose Garden for a basketball game or indoor Blue Angels demonstration.
This Groupon is not valid with any other offers, and it is valid at the Broadway location only.
The Seattle Times featured McMenamins, and although some say the McMenamins on Broadway is not an upscale-enough eatery, others are happy with the atmosphere. Yelpers give it a three-star average, and the location has just reopened with a whole new look.
- The family-owned McMenamins is known for converting historic buildings into appealing small hotels, pubs and movie houses. It has 57 properties around Oregon and Washington, including four pubs in the Greater Seattle area. – Katherine Long, Seattle Times
- When I am craving McMenamins, but don't want to fight the crowds, McMenamins on Broadway is my first choice. They have fast, friendly (and often funny) service. The food is good and the beer is even better. – Del R., Yelp