A venerable Lakewood tavern, complete with tin ceiling, wooden floors, and a well-worn bar, this neighborhood watering hole serves up booze, music, and more than a few made-from-scratch items including burgers, pot roast, and the popular black-bean soup during lunch, dinner, and weekend brunches.
More upscale than your typical watering hole, the Station boasts an open kitchen, flashy plasma screens, and a garage-door façade that rises with the mercury. Playing off its motto, “Where the neighborhood comes together,” the pub features three menus in one, with sections for Irish, American and Italian tastes. West Park Station even serves up a kiddies-only menu.
The large menu features Cantonese, Szechuan and Hunan cuisines, as well as Japanese, Korean and Indian specialties.
Noisy, friendly, and relaxed, the Lizard is one of Gateway's sure bets for juicy burgers, imaginative sandwiches, and overflowing salad bowls. The huge international beer list doesn't hurt either.
Wood & Wine will never be a romantic Italian ristorante. But that doesn’t bother the west-side diners who fill the place almost nightly. The star of the show here is thin-crusted, wood-fired pizza. Round out the meal with hearty, flavorful, and justly priced pasta dishes. A handful of steaks and fish are available for the carb-phobic. Extensive wine list with more than few gems.
The draw here, as the name implies, is wood-fired food. Steaks, chops and seafood are grilled over a hardwood fire, imparting a smoky richness that compliments the meat. In addition to those steaks, the menu offers straightforward pasta dishes and the expected line-up of time-tested starters like mussels, calamari, artichoke dip, and crab cakes.
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