Before sports bars, the only place to view eight games simultaneously was inside the brain of a spider. Achieve octovision with today's deal: for $10, you get $20 worth of pub fare and drinks at MicGinny’s Sports Pub.
Chef Allan Kallstrand's extensive menu adds a contemporary twist to classic sporting bar fare with fresh, local ingredients. Start with an order of breaded ricotta- and jalapeño-filled ravioli fried to a golden hue ($6.99), or go Gaul with tender artichokes, sautéed and served French style ($7.50). Taking a bite out of the ragin’ Cajun chicken sandwich ($6.99) and other hand-held fare keeps idle hands occupied and away from any carelessly placed nail guns. Heartier appetites can indulge with the St. Patty’s feast—which comes loaded with corned beef, boiled cabbage, roasted potatoes, and honey-glazed carrots ($11.99)—or opt for the steak and penne au poirve's tender slices of sirloin pan seared and served over penne rigate with fresh veggies and house-made peppercorn cream sauce ($14.99).
MicGinny's casual two-story eatery packs fun-loving crowds of sports and literature fans in among its rich wood paneled floors and ceilings, while 20 high-def TVs keep them entertained with the day's big game or x-treme poetry throw-down on CSPAN. So take this opportunity to mingle with your fellow man after a lengthy summer under house arrest, or clink a few pints with friends during Saturday-night toasting practice at MicGinny's Sports Pub.
- This bar has everything. Pool. Darts. Cheap drinks.* [What I hear is] Good food. Tons of flatscreens. Tons of room. A nice back patio. Legit leather couches that I would gladly sleep (read: pass out) on. A staff that rocks – peter d.