Steak is a good source of iron, which is why it's often used to remove appetites' wrinkles. Have a stake in steak with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of steak, seafood, and sandwiches at Mecca Supper Club in Edison Park.
The wooden walls and log-cabin feel of Mecca Supper Club create a rustic atmosphere in which steaks, sandwiches, and fresh seafood coexist on a single menu to fuel hungry guests. Deep-fried frog legs kick off a meal by diving into house-made tartar sauce and chef-stitched tiny pants ($6.95). Chefs sling heaps of crispy onion rings on top of the Mecca Special top sirloin butt steak ($14.95), and a trail of seasoned breadcrumbs guides peckish patrons to a plate of sea scallops broiled with lemon and garlic ($18.95). On Sundays, grown gobblers build their own bloody marys at the all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet, which issues a parade of sugar-cured thick-cut bacon, belgian waffles, eggs made to order, and fresh fruit ($9.95 for adults; $5.95 for children younger than 12). Additionally, a full schedule of weekly and special events delivers open mikes, live music, and karaoke.
Mecca Supper Club
Hunting trophies and mounted fish line the interior of the woodsy Mecca Supper Club, whose log walls evoke the rusticity of a pioneer cabin. Its steak and pasta dinners and "lumberjack-style" breakfast buffet—which features housemade biscuits and sugar-cured bacon—sate country-style cravings by day. But by night, Mecca becomes a happening hub of entertainment, with a bar open until 2 a.m. Sunday–Friday and until 3 a.m. on Saturdays. Twice a week, amateur crooners and hard-partying blue jays step onto the stage, grab the mic, and pick from 10,000 songs during a karaoke-and-dance party that lasts until closing. Wednesdays' open mics invite musicians to band together for instrument-accompanied jams.
6666 N Northwest Hwy.
Chicago, Illinois 60631