To function properly, the human body requires a steady stream of nutrients, sunlight, and compliments from other species about its opposable thumbs. Use your bendable digits to provide yourself with nutrients with today’s Groupon: for $12, you get $25 worth of fare and drinks at Quaker Steak & Lube, located on Walters Road.
Quaker Steak & Lube revs up belly engines with a high-octane menu of wings, steaks, and hearty fare in a fast-paced, auto-themed atmosphere. Those hungry after spending all day equipping the garage with a dramatic fog machine can dig into the lightly fried zucchini dip sticks ($5.99), before tantalizing tongues with Quaker Steak's sizzling cauldron of wing sauces, including parmesan pepper, tequila-lime barbecue, and Triple Atomic. Meat mavens can delve molars into the 8-ounce center-cut sirloin Thunderbird steak ($13.99) or one of a battalion of half-pound beef patties, including the Lubeburger, topped with sautéed mushrooms, crispy bacon, the Lube's hot sauce, melted american cheese, and blue-cheese dip ($8.99). Pull up to the bar and guzzle a liquid kaleidoscope of libations, cooling jets with a lemonade-and-rum-infused Lube-n-ade ($7). Or sip on a frozen Lube-a-ritas, with fresh lime and tequila in an enormous, salt-rimmed glass ($9.95), a relaxing prelude before climbing into the hot tub with the '92 Chevy Cavalier.
Rarely idling, Quaker Steak & Lube zooms with speedway décor, dizzying diners' eyes with checkered racing flags, a gas-station façade, and a retro neon "eat" sign. The auto-adorned atmosphere buzzes with daily themes, game days, and specials. Motorheads can check the calendar for the best day to show up on their motorcycles, retro hot rods, or rocket-powered bean-bags.
- With a simple menu and a setting with classy cars, hot rods and motorcycles hanging from the ceiling, and old racing paraphernalia on the floor and walls, the concept has become a "destination location" for diners of all ages. – Yolanda Wright, Post-Standard
- The food is good overall and they have a good selection of beers. – C Stein, Urbanspoon
3535 Walters Rd.
Syracuse, New York 13209Get Directions