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If you count down the days until St. Patty's Day, Maggie O'Brien's is the place for you. The Irish-themed restaurant, which opened downtown in 1979, serves up traditional pub grub, including T-ravs, wings, burgers and sandwiches and St. Louis-style ribs, with Irish fare such as corned beef and cabbage, fish and chips and Irish beef stew. Diners can stick around and watch the game at Maggie's or stop by after: The bar stays open until 3 a.m.
The Marquee Restaurant & Lounge downtown comes from the same husband-and-wife duo that brings you the Loft nightclub. The restaurant features American fusion including everything from chicken wings to seafood pasta, with a bar specializing in vodka and tequila cocktails. Come for dinner and stay for an evening of drinks in comfortable, private booths.
Dives usually aren't this spacious; there are enough tables and chairs set up in Maurizio's to make it look like a cross between a sports bar and a corporate cafeteria. Dives also never boast menus this expansive: New York-style pizzas, strombolis, lasagna, manicotti, rib-eye steak, lemon chicken, pork steak, subs, burgers, salads and -- the icing on the cake -- tiramisu. And while the tons of food at cheap prices is great and all, what makes Maurizio's a don't-miss is the late-night people-watching. Open till 3 a.m. seven days a week, Maurizio's is the place to cap off a night of downtown debauchery -- and to witness all walks of Lou life in their after-hours glory.
Located just a short walk from the Arch, the downtown branch of Columbus, Ohio-based Max and Erma's provides sightseers and white-collar warriors alike a family friendly setting to enjoy lunch and dinner. The menu includes a large selection of salads, sandwiches and burgers, including signature dishes such as the "garbage" burger - topped with bacon, swiss, mozzarella, cheddar, American cheese, mushrooms, onions, guacamole and marinara. Veggie options include cheese skewers and a black-bean burger. The large dining room and bar area allow plenty of room for the restaurant's often-busy lunch rush. For those not willing to risk a wait, Max and Erma's also offers carryout.
McMurphy's Grill began in 1990 as the first full-service restaurant for training homeless and mentally ill people. The program, which is still in operation at McMurphy's, teaches job skills that will be transferred to permanent restaurant jobs. The grill is open for lunch only and serves up a menu of soups, salads and sandwiches, with specialties including Irish stew, a corned-beef sandwich, meat loaf and eggplant Parmesan. McMurphy's also features a short list of beers and wines. Guests can dine in, carry out or order their meal for delivery.
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