Historic restaurant opened in 1897 has a distinct boxing theme, including memorabilia, old photos, and burgers named after prizefighters
About This Deal
- Type of food: casual (burgers, sandwiches, and more)
- Valid any day
- View the menu and prices
- The restaurant is famous for its boxing-themed food, especially the burgers named after famous prizefighters.
Need To Know
About Ringside Cafe
True to the restaurant's name, a lot of boxers hang out at Ringside Cafe. They just happen to be hamburgers. Each one of the Angus chuck patties gracing the menu has the namesake of a different fighter. There's the Oscar De La Hoya, smothered in roasted red peppers, provolone, and garlic aioli, while the Ali packs a flavorful punch of coleslaw, sharp cheddar, fried onion rings, and insect metaphors.
The restaurant has held onto this boxing theme since it opened in 1897. Inside the wood-ensconced confines, diners can peruse old photos and memorabilia while savoring the aforementioned burgers, as well as chicken sandwiches and pugilist-themed beer from Brass Knuckle.