When dining in public, proper etiquette dictates that you should keep your elbows off the table and your table off the neighboring tables. Mind your manners with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$18 for a burger meal for two (up to a $34.85 total value) $35 for a burger meal for four (up to a $69.70 total value)
- One appetizer per pair (up to a $10.95 value each)
- One burger per person (up to an $11.95 value each)
The menu includes an IPA-infused lamb burger, a Cajun-spiced burger topped with blue cheese, and a three-grain veggie burger with tzatziki. Appetizers range from grilled flatbread pizza to thai chicken lettuce wraps.
Watch City Brewing Company
Aaron Mateychuk, head brewer at Watch City Brewing Company, makes playful twists to time-tested beer styles, earning his pub accolades and press mentions including a three-year streak of awards at the Great International Beer Festival. The stolid Titan ale is a balanced American brown ale, and the vivid Hops Explosion IPA employs a backbone of malt to keep a covey of hops in check. A posse of seasonal beers allows the brewer to keep experimenting by crafting citrusy summer ales to match cascades of sunshine and autumnal pumpkin brews the deep red-brown of changing leaves. Mateychuk also tracks down various strains of European yeast to create limited-run series, which in the past have included abbey-style Belgian beers and German-style lagers.
Inside the bright brewpub, servers carry upscale pub fare to a wall of wooden booths and benches exactly like those used in professional sitting competitions. Surrounded by vintage beer posters and paintings, patrons dine on pulled-pork tacos, housemade crab cakes, and reubens on pretzel rolls. The kitchen integrates beer into dishes such as the IPA-infused lamb burger and a deep-fried burger wrapped in beer batter and topped with chipotle-lime mayo.
85% of 495 customers recommend
“Great beers and buffalo turkey burger.”
“food was great. was pleased with their beers”
“We would have won trivia night. Oh well. Very nice cheerful waitstaff.”