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In an upbeat atmosphere, White Rhino pairs dishes from a menu of savory steaks and ribs, fresh pastas and salads, and sapid seafood with a list of more than 110 beers. Guests can withstand the currents of hunger with the White Rhino artichoke salmon crested with artichoke parmesan pesto and roasted with jeers about the futility of swimming upstream ($13.29). A half-slab of slow-cooked, baby-back ribs ($12.59) quiets chatty tummies the old-fashioned way, and the baked penne alforno quells stiff cravings for pasta with titular tubes covered in plum-tomato sauce and mozzarella ($9.99). Lunchers and dinner diners can linger over one of 13 sandwiches ($6.99–$9.59) or five burgers, such as the half-pound tres formaggi burger blanketed in a cheesy trifecta of smoked gouda, gorgonzola, and mozzarella ($7.99). Guests can choose from more than 110 beers, with 12 on tap, to heighten pre-meal suspense, mid-meal drama, and post-meal debates about the significance of the waiter's parting words.
A full bar glowing beneath 21 high-definition TVs rounds out any feast or comic-book-club meeting at White Rhino Bar & Grill. With a packed events schedule, diners can find entertainment any night of the week, from karaoke on Wednesday nights to "Monday Night Open Mic" and live DJs every Friday and Saturday evening.
White Rhino Bar & Grill
An oversize photograph of a rhinoceros hangs on one of the walls at White Rhino Bar & Grill, serenely surveying a kingdom accented by natural stone and brightened by the glow of 21 flat-screen televisions. With the noble beast’s blessing, diners can tear into savory American food ranging from griddled steaks and slow-cooked ribs to pizzas layered with andouille sausage, shrimp, and gouda. Bartenders mix cocktails, host wine tastings, and serve more than 110 beers, and DJs spin music that often leads to nighttime dancing and spontaneous daytime jazzercise sessions.