The Pub: Low on cost, not low on qualityby niagarau
Review by Stacey Czerwinski
High prices and poor quality is the norm at many restaurants. Residents of Lewiston would agree this is not the case at The Lewiston Village Pub, located at 840 Center St. The Pub provides a quality atmosphere and an array of dishes - and not only pub foods, but higher cuisine, too, and at reasonable prices.
Located on the hot strip for Lewiston entertainment, Center Street, "The Pub," as frequenters call it, offers a menu of variety reasonably priced options for a college student's budget.
Dishes range from pub fare such as fish and homemade potato chips, to Maine lobster and steak, ranging in price from $8.50 to $14. Sensitive to the needs of sports-loving Buffalonians, the Pub also hosts 35-cent chicken wings during all Sabres games, which are streamed from a multitude of HD televisions.
In keeping with its low prices, The Pub also features a spread of weekly specials that really give you a bang for your buck. On Monday nights, 25-cent chicken wings are the feature in flavors from classic hot wing to Creole dry rub and Asia sauce. The Pub also makes more upscale dinners affordable by including prime rib on its specials list. Thursday night dinner is prime rib for two. Sides offered with the dish are two house salads, two baked potatoes and vegetables.
Whether a family or a broke college student, The Lewiston Village Pub provides meal options in a reasonably priced variety, without any compromise in quality.