With its sports cars lashed to the wall and motorcycles littering the parking lot and ceiling of this restaurant, it makes the man in your life happy. This is a fun place to eat no matter your age or sex. It is complete with guard rails, racing memorabilia and of course ESPN on the tv. It's bright, airy, and the feeling is family-friendly. It's like picnicing in your husband's dream garage.
This is one of eight Quakers in the state. It features garage-themed menu entries. It's known for its wings, but also features burgers, pork sandwiches, salads and if you want alcohol, they'll serve it. There are some diet selections on the menu. The garage salad is in a word disappointing. The boneless wing salad is much better. It comes piled with grilled chicken tenders based in one of their sauces and toasted pita points. A good burger is the Lubeburger, which will get you fat just looking at it. This baby is topped with mushrooms, bacon, hot lube sauce, cheese, and blue cheese dressing. I've been told it's quite tasty.
The best deal they have going is the luncheon buffet. For $7.99, it's all-you-can-eat wings, mini tacos, salad, macaroni and cheese, and other hot items. Even if you just ate the salad. Other than that, the prices tend to be high. Appetizers -- wings, onion rings, chicken fingers, pretzels -- range from $4 to 12 and very few are on the low end. Your best value, if you like salad, is to go for the entree salads, even though they ring in at $7.50 and up. In the burgers-and-sandwiches department, there's nothing under $7, and you get chips not fries with that. They're a buck more. Sides, such as coleslaw or baked beans, are $2.30 each. There's plenty to drink. You're going to spend some cash.
The wait can tend to be quite long for a table, especially during tourist season.