Although 94% of the ref’s calls are incorrect, confronting him at his son's birthday party is illegal. Give sportpinions their proper venue with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of American fare and drinks at Mullen’s Bar & Grill. Today's deal is good at Mullen's locations on the North Shore and on the South Side.
Mullen’s Bar & Grill gratifies eaters with an extensive menu of made-from-scratch appetizers and entrees. Enjoy the Gatorade-soaked drama of spectator sports by pointing your pupils at one of several HD flat-screen TVs while keeping your taste buds trained on mounds of jumbo wings, which come tricked out with top-secret seasonings and illustrious sauces ($4.49 for six, $9.49 for 12). Fans can avoid the awkward aftermath of poorly executed high fives by busying their hands with the Steel City Sammich, a meaty mash-up melding char-grilled steak, french fries, coleslaw, and provolone in between two bookends of italian white bread ($9.99).
The Pittsburgh City Paper reviewed Mullen's Bar & Grill, and the Tribune-Review featured the business. Six Yelpers give the Federal Street location an average of three stars, and 60% of Urbanspooners recommend it. Eighty-eight percent of Urbanspooners like the Carson Street location.
- Like all our food, the fries arrived so piping hot we almost checked to see if our server was rushing our orders from the kitchen on roller skates. – Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth, Federal Street location, Pittsburgh City Paper
- It's a nice place to watch a game over dinner/snacks, as there are nice TV's viewable from every seat. – bpeyton, Carson Street location, Urbanspoon
Mullen's Bar & Grill
Named after retired Chicago police officer Jim Mullen, who was seriously injured in the line of duty, Mullen's Bar & Grill first opened its doors in the Windy City before branching out to Pittsburgh. Classic bar fare such as boneless wings, nachos, and burgers shares menu space with deep-fried philly cheesesteak sandwiches and SpaghettiO's straight from the can. An entire squad of flat-screen televisions hangs from exposed rafters so eaters can easily view broadcasted sports without craning their necks or duct taping rear view mirrors to their wrists. Mullen's Bar & Grill has two locations, one stationed near the cheering crowds at PNC Park and the other in the midst of the nightlife scene on Carson Street.