After 25 years of doing the same thing, sometimes it's fun to mix things up, though sometimes it's fun to not mix things up at all since that's probably the best thing to do for your family, Dad. Mixing it up to satiate your hunger, East Side Wings & Grill.
From the longtime owners of W'town's revered Sevan Bakery who're just looking for a shake up after a quarter century of slingin' loaves, ESWG's a strictly-takeout wing and burger nook located a few doors down and outfitted with yellow/stone tile walls, a reddish brown stone tile floor, and benches made out of...
stone tile, of course!, sigh, wood. They've got all-Angus beef burgers served w/ spicy fries, like the East Ender topped with red onions, creamy feta, and Tzatziki sauce; the 8oz special sauce'd Boom Boom; the Steakhouse with crispy fried onions/blue cheese and steak sauce; and a crisp applewood bacon number slathered w/ sweet & sticky BBQ sauce called the Five Napkin Special -- also the name you've reserved for some other messy kind of food. What were you thinking?!? They've also got chicken options like 100 packs (or, you know, less) of wings/tenders smothered in one of 26 sauces (spicy teradactal, Jamaican jerk, mango habanero); a marinated/grilled BBQ Turkey Tips dinner plate served w/ beer battered onion rings; and a Buckin' Buffalo wrap w/ crispy tenders and chunky blue cheese, which was just moderately big-boned cheese until the depression took hold.
To ensure your arteries don't talk back, ESWG's rocking apps like two-piece Philly Cheese Steak rolls and toasted cheese ravioli, as well as sweets including cinnamon-dusted fried dough and 5/10-piece cheesecake bites, which're good with cherry compote if you want to mix it up, but better just the way they've always been for as long as you've been alive, Dad.