Before sports bars, the only place to view eight games simultaneously was inside the brain of a spider. Achieve octovision with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of classic and gluten-free fare, beer, and wine at 97 Lake Sports Café & Restaurant in West Harrison. A family-friendly neighborhood hangout, 97 Lake servings up frosty sips and savory snacks in a comfortable setting. An extensive menu serves gluten-tolerant and gluten-intolerant diners alike, offering a wide array of burgers, sandwiches, and wings. Sink teeth into meaty handholdables such as the Joe DiMaggio, a sizzling inside out cheeseburger topped with pulled pork and a duo of caramelized and ringed onions to inspire mouth-eyes to water in anticipation ($13/$15 if gluten-free). Dairy aficionados can opt for the gourmet grilled cheese ($6/$7), with stuffable fillings including bacon and tomato ($8/$9), potato chips and pickles ($7/$8) and mac 'n' cheese ($8/$9). Settle in for big-game screenings on the 108-inch HD big-screen television, armed with a chilled brew for enthusiastic glass clinks or end-zone spit takes.
Although online reviews for 97 Lake are still growing, 71% of Urbanspooners recommend the gluten-free friendly restaurant:
- My family and I love this restaurant!!! The salads and cheeseburgers are delicious and fresh. The sweet potato fries are out of this world. And my boys devour the chili fries and chicken wings. One of my sons eats a gluten-free diet and it's really the best place we've found for gluten-free food. It's a pleasure to watch my son eat at 97 Lake. – Sharon Cooper
- Awesome service and great choice of vegetarian foods!! – Payal Shah
97 Lake Sports Cafe and Restaurant
Like any good sports bar, 97 Lake Sports Cafe and Restaurant glows with the light of major events on high-definition TVs—28, to be exact—and a 108-inch big screen while serving ample pub-style food and beer. But 97 Lake stands out from the pack in a key way: it couples the regular menu, which is chock-full of half-pound burgers and sauce-slathered wings, with a gluten-free version for both kids and adults. The owner has celiac disease and so does his daughter, so he knows how eating out can be a frustrating experience for those with gluten sensitivity. To make his eatery a welcoming and tasty outing for everyone, the kitchen staff is trained to prepare a wide variety of gluten-free food, including pizza, pulled-pork sandwiches and onion rings, pretzel bites, fried pickles, and mac-and-cheese. All this combined has helped 97 Lake earn a win from Westchester Magazine for 2013's Best Sports Bar.
97 Lake St.
West Harrison, New York 10604Get Directions