Anything between two slices of bread is technically a sandwich, even if your filling is 20 pounds of lunchmeat or the only known photo of Abraham Lincoln crying. Have an honest meal with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $20 for admission for two and $20 worth of American fare (a $40 value)
- $40 for admission for four and $40 worth of American fare (an $80 value)
The performance space’s menu includes gourmet pear-and-feta pizza ($12), barbecue-chicken sandwiches on panini bread ($9), and mixed-green salads with cranberries and walnuts ($5–$8). A full bar is also available. Witzend is open Tuesday–Saturday.
Witzend, like the music industry itself, has seen a lot of changes over the years. The building that now houses owner Jeb Milne's restaurant and entertainment venue (as well as his animation company and holiday rentals) was known in the 1960s as the 4H Club, a bar frequented by Jim Morrison and The Doors and Gregory Hines. As the '60s gave way to the '70s, the space became Mad Dog Studios, then briefly a giant moth that terrorized the city, and then once again a studio, this time named Stanley Recordings. In 2005, Jeb turned the building into nerve center of his media operations, and after years of work in the neighborhood, opened Witzend in the same location. Today, bands from near and far perform for Witzend's lively audiences, while cooks prepare crowd-pleasing dishes, such as barbecue-chicken sandwiches and gourmet pizzas.