People eat three times a day to prevent mouthy mouths from brashly blurting out their distaste for the rest of the digestive system. Today's Groupon prevents intrasystem quarreling by subduing chatty cheeks with hearty eats: for $15, you get $30 worth of hearty American cuisine at Parker House Grille, located in the Village Square Plaza in Dracut.
The dish artisans at Parker House Grille adorn flatware with elegant and robust culinary concoctions made from fresh ingredients. The baby-back ribs are a succulent braised and grilled pork xylophone that, if tuned properly, plays mischievous incidental music for masked meat burglers (1/2 rack, $15.95; full rack, $22.95). Those interested in pastoral provisions can experience a taste of the agrarian lifestyle with shepherd's pie, a casserole dish boasting ground beef topped with layers of gravy, corn, and mashed potatoes ($8.95). Mouths salivating for a splash of the sea can graze upon the fisherman's platter, a generous amalgamation of fried shrimp, haddock, scallops, and clams served upon a bed of hand-cut fries and sidekicked by coleslaw ($23.95).
Parker House Grille boasts a well-lit, bucolic atmosphere that's ideal for family meals, business outings, or yeoman uprisings. This contemporary cabin of comestibles keeps its pub and dining areas separate, ensuring customers can find the room that best suits their mood appetite. Live entertainment rattles the walls of the pub on Friday and Saturday evenings.
Parker House Grille
At Parker House Grille, guests choose their ambiance before they choose their dinner—the cozy, contemporary dining room, or the more casual pub where live music starts at 7:30 p.m. most Friday and Saturday nights. Seafood and steak rule the dinner menu, but there's also a handful of homier dishes, including roasted chicken, hand-rubbed baby-back ribs, and braised yankee pot roast dished with mashed potatoes and glazed carrots. For the lunch-and-pub menu, chefs assemble more than a dozen types of sandwiches, melts, and burgers beside a lineup of lightly-battered seafood options. In preparation for Monday-night trivia battles, patrons can sip martinis and wine as they quiz each other on questions such as, "Where was Elvis Presley born?" and "Soup or salad?"