Hamburgers are modeled after Victorian-era architecture, a style known for its sesame-seed-dusted roofs, flowing lettuce curtains, and meat everywhere. Feast ornately upon a well-formed feeding frenzy with today's Groupon: for $12, you get $25 worth of pub fare at Rockafellas Restaurant and Sports Bar in Gaithersburg.
Rockafellas eradicates hunger with exotic-yet-hearty sandwiches and classic pub-style eats in a lively, welcoming setting. After quieting belly rumblings with the restaurant's bevy of appetizers, diners can daintily slurp a soup du jour ($3.49 for a cup) or breadlessly feast upon entree-sized salads wearing chilled salmon ($9.99) or an array of zesty, confused taco accouterments ($7.99). The rollicking eatery specializes in signature burgers, with beef portions ranging from quaint quarter-pound ($6.39) to walloping whole-pound ($9.79) patties. Burgers arrive bedecked in festive disguises such as the Santa Fe, with its cloak of guacamole, bacon, and pepper-jack cheese concealing the fact that it's actually from Albuquerque, and the confoundingly chicken-less Cordon Bleu, with thinly sliced ham, mozzarella cheese, and dijon mustard. Turkey ($6.99), vegetarian ($7.99), and buffalo burgers ($8.99) are available for the beef-averse, as well as a suite of non-burger sandwiches and desserts.
Though not included with this Groupon, patrons may wash back these bun-bound titans with one of 14 draft or 40 bottled beers. Live bands soundtrack the mastication action on Saturdays in February, while 14 individually tuned big-screen TVs ensure that the friendly bread-breaking doesn't encroach upon viewings of all-important matches or ruin record-setting infomercial-watching streaks.
- They have a good selection of burgers, including bison, turkey, and veggie burgers. They have many different flavors of wings w/ varying levels of hotness. They also have decent beer, dogfish 60min, woot. There are plenty of TVs for watching sports – Adam H., Yelp, 12/4/10