Quaker Steak and Lube is Coming to Dallas

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Quaker Steak and Lube
Quaker Steak and Lube just announced that three corporate-owned restaurants are set to open in Carrollton, Plano and North Dallas within the next year.

Replete with gas station memorabilia and racecars suspended from ceilings, this 38-year old wing and burger restaurant that originated in Sharon, PA, started as a cook-your-own-steak restaurant. Now they do all the cooking for their wings, burgers, ribs, steaks, salads, cheesecakes and so on.

Affectionately known to regulars as "The Lube," the menu glorifies variety. In addition to their prized wings, the menu swings from "Sizzlin' Shrimp Roasted Corn Quesadilla" all the way over to a "Pan Asian Salmon Bowl." Plus there are ribs and, since they're from PA and all, cheesesteak. Even a "BBQ O-Ring Cheesesteak."

Didn't bother counting every item, but there has to be well over 100 menu options. They also have fat free Ranch. The Carrollton spot is set to open in September and the other two by the end of year or early 2013. Get ready to get lubed, people.

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Amanda Norris
Amanda Norris

There was one by me where I used to live in Florida, and it's not a diner at all. It's a burger/wings/beer place with a car theme. The "soundtrack" of the place was generally the sports on the TVs that were everywhere. Wasn't too crazy about most of their food, but their garlic wings were pretty damn good. 

Celie
Celie

Beat 'um Just beat 'um.

Titus Groan
Titus Groan

Ah, another bland corporate chain concept.  Enjoy, Carrollton & Plano!

Jesse
Jesse

 You sound just like "that guy" that will click an article about a TV show just so he can scroll down to the bottom to say "I'll pass, thank you. I don't even own a television."

not my usual nick
not my usual nick

dont parents with children deserve to have some decent places to go eat too (not saying this place is decent) Some people consider going out to eat a privilege or reward that should be earned. Leave the kids with a sitter if they haven't learned how to behave. Even -- no, especially -- if they're teens, because they should be well aware of actions having consequences by then, and you're running out of time to teach them.

Steve
Steve

Are they playing good-time oldies?  #DinersSUCK

biff
biff

Sounds like a strip joint.

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