What You'll Get
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Inviting the town porter to your house every other Tuesday evening for drinks makes your home neither a porterhouse nor even a porter abode. Today’s Groupon will spare you any further awkward conversations about "what's the craziest thing you ever ported." For $15, you get $30 worth of hearty meals and West Coast ales at Porterhouse in West Seattle.
While biology limits you to the number of beers you can carry with two hands, unless you've evolved a freakish third appendage that points accusingly at anyone who is thinking of doing you harm, your Groupon will let you sample any of Porterhouse's selection of 25 regional microbrews, such as Deschutes Jubilale, Old Chub Scottish Ale, Northern Lights IPA, Lazy Boy Mistletoe Bliss, and Fish Organic Amber. Like the beloved beery-go-round from your childhood, Porterhouse's selection is constantly rotating.
Because a connoisseur’s glass is best paired with a plate of food, tempt your appetite with Porterhouse’s menu of appetizers, homemade soups, salads, and entrees,. Begin by lining your stomach with steamed edamame (with drizzled soy and sesame oil; $6) or a rousing helping of the Porterhouse Chowder (with fresh manila clams, mussels, or smoked salmon, and crusty bread; $12). If your stomach is still audibly yelling, "Feed me!," shut it up with Rueben brats simmered in beer (with grilled onions, sauerkraut, and swiss; $11), a vegetarian quinoa burger ($10), or the Dead Guy Whiskey Sirloin (bathed in green peppercorn and whiskey cream sauce; $18).
Treat any friends suffering from seasonally depressed bellies with a Groupon of their own. They'll also provide better conversation than a pint of Breakaway Winter Ale, which is somewhat self-centered and won't talk about anything except work.
- I brought a group of friends here on a rainy Wednesday and we sat inside, had some great comfort food, and they had a ton of great beers on tap. – jooz, Citysearch
- The servers are sweet, attentive but not invasive, and laid back. The prices are really reasonable – Becca H., Yelp
- Great food and beer. The menu has unique things that are all great. – amanda b., Yelp
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 6, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 person. May buy multiple as gifts. Not valid with other offers. No cash back. Gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.