Since the beginning I have tried to give the bars a fair chance for representation. If I didn't think a place was a bar but they did, then more than likely, they'd be added. If I had a bad experience or part of my experience didn't live up to their normal standards, then I'd be happy to visit the bar again. The only bars that have contacted me after the fact were the bars that I really liked and really liked me, so until now there hasn't been the call for a redo. This week's bar has been given a second chance and they didn't even have to ask. Bar #48 is Quaker Steak and Lube and do-over has been called.
We'll start off with the ugly, aka, what the original blog would have looked like. It was a pleasant evening out and I looked forward to spending it on Quaker Steak and Lube's patio. Behind the newly refurbished building their were a number of classic cars parked. This helped to show Quaker's 1950's era neon lube shop design. Upon entering, I was given a prompt and friendly greeting. I was ushered to the front patio where I met my friend Nick for a night of beer and very hot wings. I sat down and waited for my waitress. 2O minutes later I had yet to meet my waitress or get a menu. Here ends Quaker Steak and Lube's first blog.
This time through we came on a Tuesday for their wing buffet. Obviously, it was a busy night. The wait was an acceptable 20 minutes. We were able to get seats at the bar immediately. The service was ok. It took a little effort to get information and order. Ordering the buffet involves saying you want it and going over and grabbing your wings.
15312 Detroit Ave