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Games and grilled food fill Wedgewood Pub & Grill, where televisions showcase the latest in professional sports and menus showcase an assortment of classic bar eats. Between bites of deep-fried green beans served with a side of ranch-wasabi sauce ($6) diners can explore the juicy strata of the house's half-pound burger layered with all the tasty trimmings ($8). Before 9 p.m. kids can pull up a highchair and fight their parents for pieces from platters of Wedgewood chips—housemade potato chips topped with melted gorgonzola cheese and sided with french-onion dip ($5). Slice-savorers play hide-and-seek with circulars such as the greek pizza succulently camouflaged by spinach, onions, black olives, tomatoes, and feta ($12 for 12 in.). Of-age quench-seekers may whet their whistles on one of Wedgewood's featured beers of the month or practice trick glass-clinking with any quaffs off of an extensive list of libations.
The Gooseneck Tavern appeases avaricious appetites with a bounty of beers and a wide-ranging American menu. Introduce jaw muscles to their homonymic brethren with a plate of steamed mussels ($8.95), and let them chat over a bubbling bowl of asiago-cheese dip ($7.95). The burger-bereaved can find solace in the double-stacked delight of the Gooseneck burger, greek burger, or Cajun burger ($7.95 each), and the fish 'n' chips ($11.95) console homesick Liverpudlians. Never neglectful of fermented refreshment, the Gooseneck submerges beer fiends with a deluge of options, boasting 12 drafts on tap, 30 imports and microbrews, and 15 domestic bottles.
Sports reign at Loose Goose Pub & Grille, where the staff pairs its signature burgers and pizzas with a rotating selection of domestic and draft brews, including regional favorites such as Yuengling’s Lord Chesterfield Ale. Guests keep an eye on flat-screen televisions to cheer on the Buckeyes as they pour their own libations from 100-ounce beer towers. Between bites of potato skins or pretzel sticks, they can challenge each other to games on the pool table or take in the music of live bands on select evenings.
G Worthy's Bar and Grill speaks of an easy-going environment where friends can come together, rub elbows on a black granite bar, and nosh on nibbles of hearty pub grub. Seasonal athletes grace the electronic canvas of each high-resolution TV as patrons pick out salty starters, such as pretzel bites and nachos. Normally, flocks of buffalo wings wear a wardrobe of different sauces—including bourbon, korean garlic and chili, thai chili, or sweet 'n' spicy plum—but sometimes they just fly around in the nude. A spirited game of billiards might give guests an appetite for classic cheeseburgers, and a spin on the dance floor to the tunes of a band or DJ can help them burn off calories from dessert. G Worthy's serves food and drink six days a week, but remains closed on Sunday to observe the Sabbath of beer nuts.
The cobbled stonework that comprises Coaches Bar & Grill's exterior serves as an apt metaphor for how hard it can be to turn down items from the roster of burgers, pizza, and sandwiches. This cuisine basks in the glow of flat-screen TVs that stream a steady flow of sports games. As monitors display feats of athleticism, the kitchen staff displays feats of culinary prowess by cooking half-pound patties bedecked with cheese and bacon, along with a mélange of hot subs, sandwiches, and buffalo-chicken pizzas. From behind a dark wooden bar, their bartending counterparts pour beers and cocktails, which they disseminate to far-flung diners by shooting them out of a T-shirt cannon. The team also brings its serving game to the outdoors patio, where umbrellas shade picnic tables granting clear sightlines to several televisions.