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Pitchers of beer, loud music, sports on TV, and food hearty enough to satisfy a linebacker—you get the picture. Start with guilty-pleasure batter-fried vegetables. The house-made meatballs—packed with pork, beef, ricotta cheese, and pine nuts—are another possibility, but we wish they were browned more. Plenty of toasted walnuts and shaved parmesan fatten up the Tuscan salad, a towering table of frisée and radicchio in a balsamic vinaigrette. Like straight-ahead grill-seared meat? Check out the burgers or the New York steak. French fries are light and crisp. A side of mixed vegetables was fresh and colorful, but some were cooked and some were not. The beer and wine lists are simple—and totally serviceable. No dessert is served. Lunch and dinner daily.
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