Pub noshes bring a level of sophistication to sports bars, tempering heated suds-side arguments with chic china patterns and elegant designer spice duds. Keep friendly disputes classy with today's Groupon: for $12, you get $25 worth of upscale pub fare at Moe and Johnny's.
Moe and Johnny's triumvirate of sports bar, coffee shop, and casual dining eateries reign over a multi-faceted menu of elegant pub noshes awash in the glow of 25 TVs and four behemoth projection screens. Circumvent culinary uprisings with a peacekeeping sun-dried tomato tapenade that harmoniously mediates disputes between the Red Greek pizza's artichoke hearts, red onion, red pepper, black olives ($11.29 for 10", $15.29 for 14"), and merciless mozzarella goddess. Roasted Atlantic salmon plunges into a sizzling sea of lemony white wine broth ($14.99) while a brick oven bubbles over with torrents of broccoli-flecked baked macaroni and cheese ($7.99). Tongues equipped with deep-dish sonar safely explore the Cajun burger's spicy strata of fresh ground beef and pepper jack cheese trapped beneath a tectonic plate of sautéed onions ($7.89).
Smack spheres on two pool tables or pummel punching bags as the chatter of major league commentators mingles with eaters' amiable debates. Antique accouterments, such as dining room garage-door-windows and a porcelain gas pump, ensconce diners in an old-timey arena of professional athletics, while the coffee shop's aromatic brews and retro stained glass transport morning drinkers to yesteryear. Take in fresh air and street side water polo practices on the outdoor patio.