Back before it became a chain, driving up to the original QS & L in Sharon, Pa. was a big deal. It was about an hour and 10 minutes and my friends and I gladly did it about once a month. I really loved their wings. When I found out they were putting one in Cranberry Twp., 10 minutes from my home, I was thrilled. But, I have never had good wings at the newer one. The wings always seemed to be undercooked and rubbery. I also tried the one in Robinson Twp., near the Pittsburgh airport and it was more of the same. So, I basically quit going. Earlier this month, I was driving home from an Erie Seawolves AA baseball game and we decided to make a detour over to Sharon to try the original again. I was very pleased to see the wings were just as good as I remember, although they changed the peanut butter pie for the worse. From now on, when I get a wing craving, I am driving to Sharon!
They have an all you can eat wing night for $8.99 (I think, at least the last time I was there). May not be the cheapest, but you can take advantage of the night to get a taste of a variety of the sauces so that you can see what you like. The wings aren’t the best, but the all you can eat night is worth a visit to try out their sauces, which can be pretty tasty.
Their wings are alright, not cooked very well, but a good collection of sauces to choose from.
Their food is similar to BW-3, lots of wings and fried stuff. I’m a huge fan of their Louisiana Lickers and Arizona Ranch sauces, and their battered onion rings served on a car antenna. Bike night at their Cleveland locations often brings out over a thousand bikers. The one near me in Sheffield OH has multiple Harleys hanging in the bar area, an Indy car and other sports cars suspended from the ceiling throughout the restaurant. The outdoor Garage Bar hosted 6000 people last summer for a Gretchen Wilson concert. The whole place has a gas station theme, down to the door handles that look like gas pump handles. There’s even a spot in the parking lot to put air in your tires.
Hillbilly, rev that bike up and head over sometime…
Add West Virginia to the list.
Haven’t been there, don’t intend to go. . . well, ok, I might go try their wings if one more person comes on here and says they’ve got really good ones.
It is a pun on the local "Quaker State Motor Oil" since Sharon, PA is not far from Titusville, site of the first commercial oil drilling. The original restaurant in Sharon was in a former gas station that kept the theme. When I was there many years ago, the original hydraulic lift was in the dining room with a car on it.
I’m not even overly fond of their wings. Their alright, but nothing to right home about.
Started in Sharon (?) PA. Very popular in PA and OH. Really good wings, inexpensive, good beer prices. I can’t recommend anything other than their wings, though.
Pennsylvania/Ohio chain. Commonly known as having the best buffalo style wings in PA.
anybody know about this place?
quaker steak and lube
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