Unlike Similac Baby Formula, which is unfairly reserved for babies and experimenting teens, bar libations can be consumed by adults. Separate the towerers from the toddlers with today's deal: for $10, you get $20 worth of pub fare and drinks at Poplar Street Pub.
The downtown gastropub boasts an extensive menu of reimagined pub fare. Start with a Scotch egg ($4), hard-boiled then wrapped in a garlic sausage before being doused with breading and fried. Or opt for an order of the pub poppers ($3), almond-stuffed medjool dates swaddled in strips of delicious bacon. Unstoppable appetites pause at the prosciutto burger ($12), and herbivorous eaters nosh the black-bean chipotle veggie burger ($11) with a side of fresh-cut-daily fries coated with garlic (add $2). Large plates, such as the slow-simmered chili verde with braised pork and green chilies ($8) or the Alaskan halibut and chips ($16) make gastro-pub elitists grovel. Hand-tossed pizzas (starting at $10) and fresh salads (starting at $5) complete the eclectic menu.
With eight TVs, an outdoor patio, and a stage for live music, Poplar Street Pub is an ideal spot to drink the summer breeze and more than 25 different types of barley pops ($2–$4.25 per pint). Salt Lake City Weekly commends the bar's laid-back crowd and friendly atmosphere. So round up your closest friends or roller-skating trumpet choir for a brassy blast of gastropub eats and rollicking drinks at Poplar Street Pub.
- If you are looking for a casual place to play billiards, casually meet up with friends, or just hang out for several hours, Poplar Street Pub could be the place for you. Poplar Street is a fine example of a gastropub. A place where you can just drop in for a few drinks, but also serves high-quality food. As opposed to a restaurant setting, where they like to get you fed and out the door, a gastropub is more of a casual setting where it's expected you will hang out. – Nick Johnson, Examiner
- Poplar's kitchen stays open late and its menu features gourmet, mostly organic and local fare. Expect a laidback sandals and jeans crowd out for a good time, all the time. The pub is surprisingly spacious, much more so than its exterior might suggest, with a stage for live music and a large patio that's especially inviting on warm summer nights. – Salt Lake City Weekly
- poplar is by far the best bar food in town. the chicken sandwich is one of my favorites. – Erick Galan, Urbanspoon
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