Chucktown Tavern is a combination restaurant and pub that unfurls a menu of sandwiches, pastas, and desserts made with freshly baked bread and locally grown produce. For appetizers, mozzarella triangles ($6.95) provide equilateral flavors rarely discussed in geometry class, while tongues are tested with an order of Chucktown wings (6-$5.95, 12-$8.95, 20-$12.95), featuring a multiple choice of "medium," "hot," and "why bother." The roast beef and cheddar ($8.79) sandwich offers a cool bite of slow roasted prime rib, aged Vermont sharp cheddar cheese, roasted peppers, and horseradish mayo served on a hoagie roll. The Bison Burger ($8.79) boasts a patty of farm-raised American Bison meat that is low in fat and cholesterol. Pasta dishes include the southwest chicken pasta, which features a blackened chicken in a spicy cream sauce, (lunch- $7.95, dinner- $9.95) and the pasta marinara (lunch- $6.96, dinner- $8.95), accompanied by the mate it’s traditionally spotted with in the wild, a wedge of garlic toast.