People eat three times a day to prevent mouthy mouths from brashly blurting out their distaste for the rest of the digestive system. Today's Groupon prevents intrasystem quarreling by subduing chatty cheeks with upscale eats: for $15, you get $30 worth of upscale pub grub and drinks at Waterhouse Tavern and Grill in Roscoe Village.
Pair a debate about the fashionability of cheese necklaces with an appetizer of crispy cheese curds ($6) or fresh grilled buffalo-chicken egg rolls ($8). For entrees, patrons tantalize taste buds with grilled chicken or skirt-steak taco platters ($9) as spear-wielding chefs pack skewers with delicious combinations of beef, chicken, and vegetables drizzled in teriyaki sauce ($10).
Herbivores can savor half-pound grilled portobello-mushroom burgers topped with feta and blue cheese ($9), and carnivores enliven incisors with create-your-own-masterpiece burgers ($7, $0.75 extra per topping), choosing from a list of 13 toppings, including olives, jalapeños, fried egg, and cheeses not imported from the moon.
Under the luminous glow of 13 sports-beaming televisions, patrons sip glasses of twisted tea, a concoction of Absolut Raspberri, sweet tea, and lemonade ($8), and retired sea captains swap stories of unsuccessful whale chasing over pints of Harpoon IPA.
The Waterhouse Tavern's exposed brick walls, checkered booths, and crimson-colored walls ensconce patrons in timeless pub charm, as humanoid bartenders serve up cleverly crafted cocktails under the radiance of elegant overhead chandeliers. With a causal and inviting ambience, The Waterhouse Tavern maintains an atmosphere ideal for an informal wedding ceremony or an after-work bite to eat with friends.
3407 N Paulina St.
Chicago, Illinois 60657Get Directions