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G & W boasts 45 years in the meat business. Its products are served at such local institutions as the zoo and Grant's Farm as well as many restaurants. Meat lovers can choose from an expansive selection of meat products, including andouille, blood sausage, jerky, cold cuts and even gift sets. Hunters can also bring in their deer, and G & W will take care of processing the venison.
Gallagher's is an American restaurant located in Waterloo, Illinois. It serves burgers, pastas, steaks and other American fare.
Game Day Sports Grill provides everything a sports fan needs for the big game. Munchies include "ball park nachos," T-ravs, wings and burgers. Game Day also boasts a large sandwich selection, including barbecue pulled pork, French dip and chicken Parmesan.
Nestled way back in the parking lot of a La Quinta Inn, Rook's Gameday Bar and Grill is a sprawling sports bar / music venue with pool tables -- free to play, all day every day -- darts, live music and some damn good food. Recommended are the "Wowza" wings, breaded and whole -- delicious. Rather than covering the place with kitschy crap as bars of this type sometimes do, they classed it up a few notches; framed art adorns the walls. On a given night you might hear rock, blues, or cover bands spanning several decades of pop music. The nearby hotel makes for an interesting mix of people as well -- road-weary travelers of all kinds looking for a show or something to eat will find Rook's to be an excellent way to fill their time and stomachs.
Gamlin is unapologetically masculine with rustic decor, a hearty menu and what seems like every brown liquor under the sun. The spirits list includes selections from every major whiskey producer - all available neat - as part of a flight or in a craft cocktail. Signature drinks like the Bees Knees, a delicious blend of Knob Creek Rye and ginger ale over honey-laced ice cubes, showcase Gamlin's cocktail creativity. Ask one of the expert bartenders for a quick lesson on the nuances between Kentucky Bourbon, Tennessee whiskey, and Irish and Scotish whiskey, single-barrel bourbon, 12-year single malt Scotch, 20-year old bourbon, small-batch whiskey and rye, or just dive in solo. Whiskey may be the theme, but Gamlin does not skimp on the food. The menu is unfussy, with items like rib eye, pork steak and bourbon-brined chicken providing hearty comfort. The "Moon Dance Farm Pot Pie" is especially noteworthy, its beef-laden tomato broth made rich with tender meat, vegetables and creamy mashed potatoes. Sure, Gamlin is a little indulgent, but, after a few Manhattans, we don't really care.
Garavelli's is a throwback to old-school cafeteria-style dining. Guests can choose from a variety of entrées, with different choices for each night of the week. Entrées include stuffed peppers, turkey and stuffing, and white fish. For dessert, select from one of the many pie options or opt for a tried-and-true cafeteria staple: tapioca pudding. Garavelli's is also available for banquets and special events.
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