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What You'll Get
Eating a hearty steak is a more kingly act than wearing a crown or banishing the dog to a small island in the South Atlantic. Get the royal treatment with today's Groupon to Players Chophouse, located near the corner of Beatty Street and Robson Street. Players Chophouse fills forlorn bio-feedbags with a variety of satisfying steaks, seafood, and sides showcased on their classic steakhouse menu. An array of specialty cocktails supplements meals with innovative alcoholic twists, and the attentive staff stand guard to answer any questions concerning menu items or to protect patrons from hungry hordes of carnivorous poltergeists. High ceilings, booth seating, and a spacious bar imbue Players with a casually elegant feel, and an inviting outdoor patio coos to clients with promises of scenic views and complimentary oxygen.
- The salmon burger… was simply seasoned with salt and pepper and came with a generous dollop of garlicky mayo. The salmon itself was super moist and flaky, which contrasted well with the toasty crispy bun. – Ho Yummy
- Food was good value and very tasty. The servers were on top of things and very cheerful and fun. Excellent job of fast service to go on a concert without rushing us. – an OpenTable reviewer who dined on 10/03/2010
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 16, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table of 2. On game days, valid only after 7pm. 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 The Ticket Kitchen & Bar
Nestled into the entertainment district near BC Place and False Creek, The Ticket Kitchen & Bar fills with sports fans, music aficionados, and steak lovers each night. The steakhouse's staff seats them at booths beside floor-to-ceiling windows or at the granite bar beneath a mammoth flat-screen TV. Servers spill out from the kitchen with 8-ounce CAB filet mignons and pulled-pork poutine and deliver them to diners perched at wood-grained tables with brown aged-leather seats. In the kitchen, chefs work from a menu stacked with such rich fare as prime rib and maple and walnut salmon. During warmer months, the eatery's crew recommends the tree-lined patio where diners can soak in city and stadium views while pointing out passing clouds shaped like bunnies or lumps of fluffy condensed vapour.