This summer in July a new restaurant came to our town of Norwalk, Ohio. To bring a little more notice to them I reached out to feature Sidelines Sports Eatery and Pub on my blog. We were able to bring the kids in for a excellent meal, we went in between lunch and dinner so it wasn’t so busy. We took 4/5 of our kids so we didn’t want to disturb other people with our 1 year old daughter.
We started our meals off with an appetizer; Garlic Dippers. It’s flatbread brushed with garlic parmesan sauce, topped with five cheeses and baked fresh. Served with pizza sauce for dipping. My kids love pizza so we thought that this would be a great app for all of us. And it was delicious!
My husband got their Knock-out Burger: Premium Burger in between TWO grilled cheese and bacon sandwiches. It came served with seasoned waffle fries. He doesn’t like bacon so he omitted that, but other than that he said it was a delicious sandwich!
My son got the BBQ Pulled Pork- Our award winning BBQ sauce is combined with slow-cooked pulled pork and stacked high on a Kaiser bun. Served with coleslaw. My son didn’t want the slaw so he asked to sub it for seasoned waffle fries. My 2 children got the kids mini corn dogs and fries, and shared with the baby. Although she really enjoyed eating from bubba’s bbq sandwich!
This was my wrap- now I can’t find it online on their menu but it is their club wrap. Turkey, ham, shredded lettuce, american cheese, diced tomato, and bacon (which I had taken off). Served with seasoned waffle fries.
All of our food and the service was amazing! I can’t wait to go back for another meal with my husband and family.
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