What You'll Get
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For $10, you get $25 worth of pub grub and drinks at Three Monkeys in Tower Grove Park. This neighborhood gem features a Cheers-like setting, modestly priced plates, and sparkling neighborhood-gem-like drinks more thirst-quenching and tantalizing than the huge gem-like diamond astronomers found in outer space in 2004.
Three Monkeys boasts a mouth-watering lineup of libations and menu of distinctive edibles. Get appetized with smoked turkey wings ($8.99) or lobster rangoon ($7.99). Then fill your belly with a bowl full of chilli ($5.29/bowl), as visions of other salad-ish items dance in your head. Three Monkeys serves sandwiches, such as the American Kobe beef burger ($9.99), and wood-fired pizzas ($10.99–$18.99). Optimize eating by snagging a rack of Three Monkey's signature BBQ pork ribs ($14.99/full rack). A la carte breakfast starts early on Saturdays (7 a.m. to 11 a.m.)
The full bar serves cocktails, wine, and beer Monday through Saturday until 1:30 a.m. and Sunday until midnight. With 15 brews on tap from Newcastle ($3.75) to Delirium Tremens ($7), and 19 bottled beers, there will be no shortage in the suds supply unless someone throws all the suds into the ocean to give the fish a bubble bath. Go less hoppy with martinis and mixed drinks, or go grapey with wine by the bottle or glass. The amicable tender on the other side of the bar will be happy to help you make a decision.
This Groupon is not valid for any of Three Monkey's specials and it cannot be applied toward the Sunday brunch buffet.
- In short, Three Monkeys doesn't really pretend to be very adventurous à la gastropub, that newer breed where pub grub goes distinctively gourmet. But with expectations properly set, it delivers. It's a better-than-average, even terrific neighborhood place.. – Joe Bonwich
- I didn't know what to expect-- but I was pleased when I walked in; the décor was different and welcoming it was like a hip little bar in the middle of Grand and Arsenal – Sara, Urbanspoon
- Great new addition to South St. Louis. Beautiful dark wood throughout. Food was good. We enjoyed the lobster rangoon and really liked the pizza. The pizza is a NY style with wonderful crust. – MCS, Urbanspoon
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 24, 2010. Amount paid never expires. 1 per table. Tax and gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers or daily specials. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.