Hungry stomachs are forced to contemplate cooking their own food while our brains are busy plotting ways to make Hollywood starlets fall in love with our ungainly cousins. Quell an insurgent appetite with today's groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of alehouse eats and drinks at Roosevelt's at 7.
An homage to the end of Prohibition, Roosevelt's at 7 pays it forward with a menu boasting American plates, 45 microbrews, and a slew imports on tap, as well as hard to find bottles of beer from countries near, far, and imaginary. The aura of 1930's personalities grace Roosevelt's at 7 with inspired dishes such as the Coolidge’s Cuban sandwich ($10) with spiced pork and Swiss cheesy goodness, Capone’s Spanish Pizza, with pesto, Spanish prosciutto, soppressata, cappocolo, Spanish chorizo, peppadews, pepper jack cheese, and years of delicious back taxes ($12). Or, try Frank Sinatra’s Spring Fettuccini with homemade alfredo sauce, spinach, sun dried tomatoes, mushrooms, fresh basil and lemon zest ($8). Pair any of Roosevelt's paninis, salads, appetizers or entrees with Belgium's Delirium Tremens or the All American Fat Tire ale, or try a sweet cider for contrast.
- The food and beer menus are both excellent and varied, enough to justify your trip. – Randall Monty, Urbanspoon
- If you're in McAllen and you're looking for a hip, laid back place to enjoy some beer, this is your place. An incredible selection of beers on tap and in the bottle. The food is amazing too. – Ron C., Yelp
821 N Main St.
McAllen, Texas 78501Get Directions