Sporcle Live Spotlight: Route 64 Pub & Grub

Sporcle Live Spotlight: Route 64 Pub & Grub

Route 64 Pub & Grub, Whitehouse, Ohio

Route 64 Pub & Grub is a local neighborhood pub that serves a bountiful array of food and phenomenal drinks in an exciting, energetic atmosphere every day of the week!

Stop by anytime and try one of Route 64’s famous Angus Reserve Pub Burgers or any other item on the delicious pub menu! Route 64 uses the highest-quality ingredients to provide an unmatched dining experience.

The Angus Reserve Pub Burgers are made from 100% Angus Reserve Ground Chuck, grilled to perfection, and served with homemade chips, tots, or sidewinder fries.

The Handheld Grub menu is a satisfying selection of filling portable foods, like the Route 64 Ruben – braised corned beef, fresh sauerkraut, swiss cheese, and bistro sauce served on grilled marbled rye bread, Bubba’s Pulled Pork – slow-roasted pork topped with BBQ sauce and served on a brioche bun, or the Not-So-Little-Italy Grinder – an Italian hero stacked high with ham, salami and pepperoni, topped with melted mozzarella cheese, banana peppers, lettuce, tomato, and onion, delicately drizzled with Italian vinaigrette and served on ciabatta bread.

If you prefer to rabbit out for your meal, you can choose between the Chef, Caesar, Greek, and Garden salads, all made from the best local products and including an all-natural choice of dressings: Ranch, French, Greek, Thousand Island, Raspberry, Italian, Lite Italian, or Blue Cheese.

For those days that you crave breakfast – or if you woke up late or deliberately slept in – Route 64’s got you covered with a whole menu dedicated to Breakfast Grub! You can decide between a generous number of omelette options, flapjacks, or complete meals.

Every Friday beginning at 7 PM, there’s live music to keep you entertained, and ending the week on the most perfect note of all, Sporcle Live Trivia starts every Saturday evening at 7 PM.

Route 64 Pub & Grub is the place for fun, the place for food, the place for laughs, and the place for “Chippin’, dippin’, and margarita sippin’!”

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