Old school BBQ and homestyle sides. We're a local family owned and run joint with love put into everything, serving you with the same graciousness as if you were a guest in our own backyard, which is how we got started with this in the first place. Yard parties to tent, to Porky Capones.
In 1939, James Clark bought Belmont Pharmacy, where he had worked as store pharmacist. His son, James Clark Jr., followed him into the business, and eventually the enthusiastic, dedicated family began opening additional branches. Today, a third-generation Clark, Tim, oversees the operation of the eight locations.
Each location mingles old-fashioned corner-store friendliness with modern health-care tools. Medical equipment, such as lift chairs and canes, ease home life, as do prescription medications that can be delivered by a friendly staff member. The Huber Heights location also has a compounding pharmacy, in which highly trained workers customize prescriptions to individual needs, combining multiple medications into a single dosage, adding kid-friendly flavors, or carving each pill into the shape of a white blood cell.
The Patriot Steakhouse & Tavern delights palates with its classic American fare known for its big portions and unpretentious deliciousness. Diners devour choice cuts named after ex-presidents, tasty seafood, chicken, and pork, and hearty burgers and sandwiches paired with locally brewed beers. Live music fills the American-flag-bedecked interior regularly, with the rhythm of a four-piece jazz band or a pianist replacing the mandatory silence of family dinners.
Though mac 'n' cheese egg rolls, ranch-fried green beans, and fried-to-order cinnamon donuts might not sound like typical menu items at a sports bar, at Ole Friends Tavern, the chefs take an interesting spin on standard fare. The family-friendly pub also features outdoor seating, happy-hour specials, and Saturday-night DJs.
Taste of India’s kitchen is well-stocked with bottles of cinnamon, coriander, ginger, fennel seeds, and garam masala. These traditional Indian spices flavor the eatery’s many meat and veggie dishes, from chicken tucked into a bowl of basmati rice to marinated pieces of lamb cooked in a clay oven. Each already-large portion is supersized during lunchtime, when the buffet offers diners a bottomless supply of curries and tandoori-cooked proteins.