$10 for $20 Worth Of American Food
Buns enclose certified angus beef, grilled chicken, ground turkey, or veggies to make burgers ($7.99) that can be smothered in chili or blackened with blue-cheese crumbles. Signature sandwiches include pulled pork barbecue and beef on 'weck, with piles of slow-roasted roast beef ($7.99). Described as the best on the boulevard, fried pickles ($6.95) and buffalo-chicken wings ($5.95 for six) come with a choice of dipping sauces. Alongside Maude's Meatloaf ($11.99), gravy meanders through mashed potatoes. See the full food menu.
Lebowski's Neighborhood Grill
Lebowski's Neighborhood Grill is a family-run operation. Founders Kirk Weaver and his daughters, Jessica and Amelia, opened it in early 2009. As natives of Buffalo, New York, they import hometown mainstays such as wings, haddock, and beef on 'weck—a roast-beef sandwich served on a Kaiser-like roll with kosher salt and caraway. They feature eight beers on tap and supplement this collection with more than 70 craft and imported brews. Open daily from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m., they hold two happy hours Monday–Friday, once in the early evening, and again between 10 p.m. and midnight.