What You'll Get
Most states have made drinking alcohol at home illegal due to the proliferation of home facial-tattoo machines. Enjoy alcohol in public with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of drinks and pub fare from PJ's Pub and Grill in Armory Square. Family owned and operated, PJ's serves up sandwiches, entrees, cool beers, and more in a friendly neighborhood environment. Check out both the pub/lunch and dinner menus to find favorites including the Blarney chicken wings made with fresh jumbo wings and zero kissing stones ($5.95), or nachos grande, a delicious layering experience of cheese and chili ($7.95). The full bar means that any night of the week, mere mortals can take advantage of the inhibition-obliterating powers of their beers, wine, and mixed drinks until 2 a.m.
Nine Tripadvisors like PJ's Pub and Grill (formerly known as P.J. Dorsey's), giving it an average of four owl eyes:
- The booths are comfortable and the waitstaff [sic] is friendly and attentive. You couldn't ask for more from a restaurant. Very reasonably priced menu, great appetizer selection, perfect for lunch or dinner. — dexpaxas
- On the inside it appears to be just as avertised, an Irish eatery. We first had the very very creamy potatoe soup and it was absolutely delicious. Next were the sandwiches which were a prime rib and a rueben. Both of these were melt in your mouth tender. —jmartibOswego_NY
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 28, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Must use in 1 visit, no cash back. Tax and gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About PJ’s Pub and Grill
Nestled in Syracuse’s historic Armory Square district, PJ’s Pub and Grill’s unpretentious atmosphere belies the filet mignon sizzling in its kitchen. Patrons can slice into gourmet beef cuts and other upscale dinner entrees, such as a sesame-crusted tuna and portobello-stuffed ravioli, as games unfold on the eatery’s big-screen TVs. Alternatively, diners can opt for bar-style eats, which complement a bar-sized selection of wine, beer and shots. Dishes range from shepherd’s pie and grilled paninis to burgers, such as the Southwestern, crowned in pepper jack cheese and onion straws. A daily rotation of lunch and happy-hour specials adds an element of surprise to the dining experience, much like finding a winning lottery ticket in your date's wallet, and groups can retire to a choice of two brick-walled banquet halls for private celebrations.