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The Pub at Gateway’s playfully decorated dining room borders an energetic kitchen, where grill masters sling all-beef patties and a menu’s worth of comforting pub fare until 1:30 a.m. every night. Diners can commence chow-down sessions with platters of creamy, house-made hummus flanked by fluffy points of pita ($7.95), which make ideal props for unorthodox studies of fractions. A cadre of sizable entrees follow, including The Gobbler sandwich, topped with shaved turkey, swiss cheese, crisp bacon, and onions ($9.45), or the Ultimate burger wrap, a disk of Angus beef nestled with jalapeños, cheeses, and barbecue sauce inside a graciously grilled tortilla ($7.95). As live musicians rock out on their acoustic playlists or DJs spin hits from the 80s, 90s, and 1890s, patrons can ogle sports on LCD TVs, play poker or trivia, or inspect the pub’s towering arrangements of artwork.
The Pub at Gateway
Though its dark wood trimmings and furnishings hark back to traditional pub decor, the rest of The Pub at Gateway drags that tradition into the 21st century. Broadcasting the latest sports, large LCD televisions hang above the tables and booths. Behind granite bar tops, bartenders mix more than 30 types of martinis, distribute beer via tap and bottle, and supply wine by the glass or fire hose.
The beverages complement the comforting pub food that emerges from the kitchen until 1:30 a.m. every night. Feasts range from a burger wrap filled with Angus beef, grilled onion, and barbecue sauce to sandwiches crafted with meats and cheeses, artisan bread from Nova's Bakery, and signature spreads and sauces made in-house daily. Throughout meals, The Pub at Gateway keeps diners entertained with festivities such as poker, trivia nights, live acoustic music, and DJs who spin top 40 records.
710 W Trade St.
Charlotte, North Carolina 28202