So you’re hungry — and you are prepared for some American food. Good information: We’ve located the freshest spots to meet your appetite. Here are the latest places to test out the next time you are inside the temper for traditional and New American cuisine.
Westwood is a country-themed bar and eating place, serving a dinner menu of up to date American favorites. Try the sloppy joe sliders, the Caesar salad with charred romaine, the usa-fried top rib with desserts or the seafood mac and cheese.
Westwood boasts an extensive selection of whiskeys, and at the cocktail list, you may locate whiskey sours, a habanero-infused margarita, and extra. There’s even a mechanical bull inside for visitors to ride.
Yelpers are enthusiastic about Westwood, which presently holds 4.5 stars out of 28 critiques on the web site.
Joel J., who reviewed the eating place on July 14, wrote, “The bartenders made me a completely tasty Manhattan, and I loved the fried fowl sandwich. And yes, I and my friends all took turns riding the bull. Definitely looking forward to visiting this place once more!”
Yelper Ari C. Wrote, “If you like u. S. And cowboys, that is the vicinity for you.”
Westwood is open from 5 p.M.–midnight on Wednesday and Thursday and from 5 p.M.–2 a.M. On Friday and Saturday. (It’s closed on Sunday-Tuesday.)
The Showdown is a pub, offering local craft beer on draft and casual eats like burgers and sandwiches.
As we previously pronounced, The Showdown is the modern undertaking from The Pour Guys, the bar group this is additionally in the back of SoMa’s The Tempest/Box Kitchen and Louie’s, as well as Potrero Hill’s Connecticut Yankee. The Showdown isn’t always to be harassed with Sixth Street bar Showdown, which closed up in 2017 — the 2 bars had absolutely unique ownership.
The kitchen at this vintage-fashion bar — complete with pool desk — is open overdue and serves up sandwiches like a tomato and burrata, a Thai hen banh mi, and the Pantera Smash Burger, made with two wagyu beef patties. There are snacks and starters like pork rinds and potato skins, too.