Bourbon Park Bar & Grill comforts guests with nightly neighborhood hangouts fueled by a menu of classic bar fare. Grill gurus craft seven unique burger mercenaries to neutralize hungry hordes and stage edible reenactments of Kurosawa's The Magnificent Seven. Beefy patties take center stage on the plain hamburger (a $5 value), and strips of bacon and blankets of cheddar, american, or swiss cover further food-group bases on the bacon cheeseburger (a $6.50 value). Specialty burgers accessorize buns with a homemade bourbon glaze on Feda’s bourbon burger (a $5.95 value) and a warm flow of thick cheese sauce on the nacho burger (a $5.95 value). A posse of french fries (a $1.50 value) will escort each burger, ensuring no meal arrives at the table unchaperoned or has to take its cousin to the prom.
There are few places as lively to hang out as the shady tables overlooking the water on Louie B's patio. That's because guests don't just sip drinks as they indulge in fresh seafood and a range of classic American dishes. The lake and the restaurant's dock offer plenty of activity, as do the regular events, ranging from poker nights and comedy shows to holiday parties and live performances.
By following the blueprints found on a sprawling menu of wraps, sandwiches, and pizza, the culinary experts at JP's Restaurant battle flavor shortages against a sports-bar backdrop. The beef stroganoff blends braised beef tips with sautéed mushrooms, sour cream, and a network of penne noodles ($14.99), and the chicken française attacks hunger with a battalion of sautéed mushrooms, an infantry of white-wine lemon sauce, and a division of angel hair pasta commanded by a general of boneless chicken breast ($14.60). Pie-mongers can nibble one of 14 specialty pizzas, such as the large chicken pesto ($14.60), which is smothered in mozzarella-based goodness, while lunchers can open cuisine gates to massage teeth with a Cajun chicken-fajita wrap ($7.99), a burger slathered in hickory sauce ($7.45), or a hot basalt stone.
More than 30 LCD televisions and an 8-foot high-definition projector surround Maximum Capacity, where patrons enjoy 19 beers on tap downstairs and groove to the beat of live performances by DJs and cover bands upstairs. The venue’s list of performer’s has earned acclaim from The Valley Advocate, especially for bringing in big-name stars such as Vince Neil of Motley Crue. While taking in show or a Pats game, diners munch on classic pub favorites such as one of eight specialty sandwiches, five types of burgers, and eight signature pizzas.
A clean. comfortable bar & grill. A full menu is available daily from 11 am till 1 am. Daily lunch and dinner specials are the area's best. Free Wi-Fi makes it the perfect place for a business lunch. Enjoy lunch or a drink on the outdoor patio. We also feature live music, DJ/Kareoke, darts. and pool tables.