Wings, drinks, and cars is what Quaker Steak and Lube is all about. Located in Ohio’s capital city you will find gasoline pump handles on the doors, actual cars hanging from the ceiling, and a giant toolbox near the kitchen amongst some of the things.
Quaker Steak and Lube is known for their wings and large beers that are called the Tanker which is 33 ounces of beer. I had the chance to experience the Lydra Drive location in Columbus, OH to test out the food.
I tried the Hand-Breaded chicken wrap that consists of chicken with your choice of sauce, lettuce, carrots, diced celery, Bleu cheese crumbles and Ranch dressing in a wheat wrap. My husband got the Cheesesteak Phil-M-Up sandwich which consists of tender shaved sirloin, sautéed mushrooms, peppers and onions with creamy melted cheese. In our opinion the food was just okay. We have eaten here years ago and the food seemed to be better back then than now.
While the food is just okay, this location has a great atmosphere to hang out with some friends for drinks and food as they often have events happening varying by location. My favorite part is at the end when you get your check, you also get a warm wet wipe and twizzlers.
Head on over to TheLube.com to get more info, locations, and to check out their menu.
Disclosure: I was given a gift card to facilitate my review. All opinions are 100% mine and not influenced in any way.