Fun Events & Lunch Specials in Altamonte Springs, FL

Kiwi’s Pub & Grill is open 7 days a week for all your fun! We believe that our customers deserve to enjoy themselves each and every day, which is why we always have plans for fun bar events and excellent specials.

You are guaranteed to have a great time at Kiwi’s Pub & Grill!

Special Offers at our Local Restaurant

You will find occasional promotions and activities on our calendar of bar events so you can plan your perfect night out. You’ll find some of our most popular food and drinks on our list of specials, too. We even celebrate weekends with exciting offers like $3 well known brand highballs, $14 Import/$12 domestic buckets of beer and awesome shot deals! Have a great time without emptying your wallet at Kiwi’s Pub & Grill.

Fun Bar Events

We give all our customers the chance to showcase their talents and participate in various bar events. Apart from following sporting events like NASCAR and NFL, we host competitions of popular bar sports like dart challenges, hosted trivia, Megatouch competitions, NTN trivia and poker contests weekly.

Excellent Offers During Sporting Events

We understand that our customers get hungry and love to have our scrumptious foods and refreshing drinks when they are enjoying their favorite sports. Visiting your favorite bar and grill area in town now just became even more enjoyable! Visit us and enjoy something new every day!

 

Kiwi Slang
kiwiSlang

  • Pommie: Also known as a ‘pom’, this refers to someone from Britain.(See also ‘Whingeing Pom & Pommie Bastard’)
  • Rattle Your Dags: “Get a move on” or “Hurry Up”.
  • Sheila: Generic term for women.
  • Shout: The act providing something for people, usually meaning to take turns buying a round of drinks at a bar/pub – “It’s Joe’s shout.”
  • Stuck In: As in ‘to get stuck in’, to become involved in working on something.
  • Sweet and Sweet As: Broadly used to indicate general agreement, “I can meet you after work if you like,” “Sweet!”; or used to describe something highly regarded or “That’s a sweet motorcycle!”, “This concert is going to be sweet as!”
  • Ta: “Thanks” or often used in requests in place of ‘please’, as in “I’ll have a bottle of orange juice, ta.”

Have the most fun you’ve ever had at Kiwi’s Pub & Grill!