Today’s Groupon lays fancy monarchial headwear heartily down on three of your four stomachs. For $10, you get $20 worth of drinkses and eatses at The Triple Crown in Hayes Valley. With a happy happy hour and live entertainment, The Triple Crown invites anyone who works or doesn't work as a professional jockey to a night of megafun.
The Triple Crown provides a tasty dining experience for all the land, including Ray Liotta. For a different kind of salad, shpritz your appetite with an arugula and white-peach salad topped by a plum-balsamic vinaigrette ($8), or immediately take the plunge into a cheddar-bacon-avocado burger ($15). A well-recruited starting line-up of thin-crust pizzas aim to grab mushroom lovers, butternut-squash afficionados, Italian-sausage enthusiasts, people with pep for pepperoni, and virtuous vegans with pies ($9 to $11). The cocktail menu features the Crown cucumber martini ($11) and the Triple Crown margarita ($11), and well drinks are $3 on Monday and Wednesday evenings.
Today’s Groupon is also eligible for use with happy-hour specials, which turn any thin-crusted pizza into a $5 feast on Thursdays from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. For those who have been praying on bended knee for the taco to finally gain its own day of the week, your prayers have been delegated to The Triple Crown, whose $3 Taco Tuesday Nights will make a joyful gordita out of you in seconds flat. With Burger and Beer Wednesdays in the mix as well, it is a good and kind king who reigns over the Triple Crown.
More than 50 loyal Yelpers give The Triple Crown four stars:
- Definitely a great, chill, cheap, and friendly place for a small group of 3-6 friends. – Kevin H.
- I think I found my new favorite happy hour spot! Good people Yummy unique cheap tacos, good fries, cool bartender and nice comfy atmosphere. – Karen T.
- Great drink and dinner selections, and can't go wrong with their Happy Hour prices. – Gill C.
What You Did Not Know: Famous Horses
The Triple Crown continues to be both a restaurant and America's premier horse-racing event. Americans love horses, as evidenced by the numerous horses that have achieved fame and fortune. Here’s what you didn’t know about some of our most beloved horses:
Secretariat: Sure, he won the Triple Crown, but nobody remembers his greatest accomplishment: being a great dad.
Seabiscuit: The Best Horse in America became a symbol of hope during the Great Depression, an innocent time when Americans rallied behind horses, well-baked pies, and anything remotely great that wasn’t a depression.
Mr. Ed: At the height of his popularity, this acting horse received more than 1,000 fan letters a week and ate every single one.
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