Sports viewing, like successful bomb diffusing, requires intense concentration, a drove of dedicated comrades, and at least 10 buffalo wings. Ignite team-centric taste explosions with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of pub fare and drinks at Muskegon Athletic Club.
Muskegon Athletic Club simultaneously tantalizes taste buds with its menu, cleanses palates with its libations, and appeases peepers with its 23 high-definition sports-centric TVs. Appetizers, including fried calamari ($9), lime jalapeño hummus ($7), and bacon and cheese potato cakes ($5.50), kick off marathon meals and stretch out stomachs for the next leg of the feasting frenzy. Main courses center around club specialties, including a london broil ($14), a heap of house-made meatloaf ($10), and a septet of savory mac 'n' cheeses. The house mac comes fromaged with white cheddar, provolone, and parmesan ($7), and the mac florentine sates artistic appetites with a handsome hoard of white cheddar, spinach, and basil served personally by the statue of David ($9).
Wet hoarse game-calling whistles with one of Muskegon Athletic Club's potent potables. Overheated brains serenely sizzle with cold cups of the Miami Vice, an alternating tower of pina colada, strawberry daiquiri, and pastel-colored suit jackets ($6). The bar also pours a potpourri of Mactinis, including the PB&J Mactini, a brown-bagger blend of Frangelico, irish cream, and raspberry liqueur ($6). Local Michigan microbrews, wine, champagne, and shape-shifting ice round out the thirst-sating menu, and the body's other seven senses can be thrilled and filled by the sights and sounds of the club's multiple Wii-equipped televisions.