Pay R55 instead of R110 for two pie meals at The Brazen Head (save 50%)

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R 110 50% R 55
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In a Nutshell

  • Save 50% on 2 hearty pies, with veggies and chips or champ
  • Enjoy limited edition, Groupon exclusive pies
  • True Irish atmosphere
  • Wide selection of pies to choose from

The Fine Print

  • Groupon redeemable until the 15th of July
  • Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes at midnight
  • Redemption only on presentation of printed Groupon
  • Booking essential for tables of six people or more: 021 882 9672
  • Groupon valid from Monday to Friday, 11:00 to 20:00
Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Everyone should have at least one evening that you never speak about, but think back on fondly. The kind of night that gets blown out of proportion and turned into local folklore. Folklore that can typically be heard enthusiastically recounted the next Friday night. Currently in circulation, is the story of how The Brazen Head caught the real Irish spirit with today’s Groupon: two pies for R55.

Merrymakers can enjoy a choice of: beef and Guinness, ham and chicken, rib and bacon or cheeseburger and bacon, paired with a robust helping of veggies and a choice of chips or champ (champ is a traditional Irish dish, made with a combination of mashed potatoes, spring onions, butter and milk). Some of these pie filling combinations are not available on The Brazen Head regular menu and can be enjoyed exclusively with this Groupon.

The Brazen Head adheres to the requirements of the IPC (Irish Pub Concept). One of the requirements of the IPC is that every member must have a four leaf clover hidden in each of their meals. This four leaf clover must be so well hidden that no one can find it. A four leaf clover’s lucky powers work best when ingested (and they add a remarkable tang to any dish).

The Brazen Head is perfect for those who wish to experience Irish hospitality without actually going to Ireland. In fact, The Brazen Head is so Irish, that people flock from all over Ireland to get a taste of their home country.

Irish Fact: O’gravy, the legendary Irish spirit, is said to be the ghost of an Abbott, called Ira McPie. As the story goes, Ira fell into a vat of steaming gravy, after sneaking into a pie factory late one night. Wherever there are sightings of Ira, mysterious puddles of gravy are left behind.  

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