Shrimp, like pearls, come from the ocean and make for great heirloom jewelry. Enjoy sea-harvested fanciness with today’s Groupon to The Beach House. Choose between the following locations:
Choose between the following options:
- For $25, you get $55 worth of fine pub fare and drinks for a table of two or more.<p>
- For $49, you get a meal for four or more (a $124 total value). The meal includes the following:
- $100 worth of fine pub fare and drinks
- One bottle of Beach House wine (a $24 value)<p>
Within surf-themed environs, groups of gourmands feast on The Beach House’s fine pub fare, including seafood, sandwiches, and classic American dishes. At the Long Beach location, executive chef Bobby Antonetti’s menu fuels anecdote marathons with local favorites including the grilled skirt steak ($23) and roasted half chicken, which comes adorned with red potatoes, asparagus, and a mushroom demi glace ($24). For riffs on classic fare, Antonetti reinterprets mac ‘n’ cheese by suspending tender pasta in cave-aged gouda and truffle oil ($11). At the Rockville Centre location, guests gobble up a menu including sesame crusted tuna, which flies to tables on wings made of mushrooms, scallions, pepper, and onions ($23). Alternatively, The Beach chopped salad’s mixed greens set the savory stage for mint, roasted peppers, chickpeas, and feta dressing ($12).
Barkeeps pour libations from an extensive beer and wine list, and tables of four enjoy a bottle of Beach House wine, a summery white blend of 80% sauvignon blanc and 20% sémillon. Each location feeds eyes a steady diet of sports and pixilated vitamin A via 50-inch LCD televisions, which also provide video entertainment during live DJ sets.
The Beach House
Surfing photographs speckle the exposed brick walls of The Beach House's lively dining room, where guests clink glasses of frosty brews over plates of juicy Angus beef specialty burgers, pressed paninis, and sizzling seafood specialties. On weekend nights, they’ll dance to live music and DJed dance tunes. During game time, guests turn their attention to their attention to the rows of massive flat screens, which broadcast the latest matches.