Because nothing unites people quite like rallying for/against freedom and justice, hit The League Kitchen & Tavern: a tastefully simple, dark-hardwood-and-magenta-leather Lakeway comfort foodery, covered in photos representing the early 1900s tendency for like-minded individuals to form "leagues", from the buzz-killing People's Temperance, to 1913-1915's "Outlaw" baseball league, progressive crusaders for freedom of movement for players, and thus more Johnny Cash.
To satisfy your untempered hunger they're plating "beginnings" like cheddar/Gruyere/Parm black-truffle'd mac & cheese, flatbread pizzas like the Horsey Short Rib (w/ Parm, oven-dried tomato, cilantro, horseradish sour cream), and ground-in-house, brioche'd sirloin burgers like the cheddar, fried onion, BBQ sauce, and sugar-cured-bacon Southern, sure to ease your stomach's Grambling.
"Main Attractions" include beer-battered Fat Tire Fish and Chips, a chicken-fried pork chop with Yukon mashers and creamy jalapeno gravy, and fine cuts like 12oz NY strips and 7oz filets served with Yuk-mashers, roasted garlic bulbs, and Tabasco shoestring onions -- in your face, Velcro onions.
The tavern half of the equation boasts taps like Blue Moon and Gold Hill IPA, 15 wines by the glass, and a cocktail menu split between Modern guys like the Cucumber Lavender Sour (Hendrick's, ginger liqueur, lavender syrup/bitters, fresh lemon) and Vintages dating back to 1894, like the Waldorf's Rob Roy -- who, compared to countryman William Wallace, wasn't nearly as vocal in his rallying for FREEEEDOOOOM!!!!!!