The fun and friendly staff at the locally owned sports bar serves up hefty portions of an eclectic selection of American fare to hungry sports fans and hopelessly lost Sartre scholars alike. Start with a stack of ultimate nachos, and flirtatiously fight with a dashing date over the last chip topped with queso, olive, jalapeño, guacamole, meat, and chives ($8.29, substitute blackened chicken for $1 extra). Or indulge an indecisive friend with an appetizer combo platter loaded with potato skins, toasted ravioli, cheese wedges, chicken strips, and a Tex-Mex roll ($12.99) before moving on to the main course. Krieger’s eclectic menu, packed with pizzas ($8.49+), salads ($4.29+), pasta ($8.95+), sandwiches ($8.49+), and wraps ($7.99+), offers something for even the most picky eater in your fantasy croquet club. A beefy bacon cheeseburger ($8.49) and St. Louis–style ribs basted in smoky barbecue sauce ($13.99 for a half rack) satisfy humankind's primal desires for handheld meats, and a veggie wrap with lemon-ranch sauce ($7.99) gives herbivores their own excuse to eat with their hands. Krieger's boasts a full bar and room for more than 200 boisterous fans to catch the Little League championships and other games of interest on the 30-plus televisions peppered throughout the eatery.