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Drew's American Grill Restaurant Review: Corned beef, pastrami and even matzoh balls are still to be found on Drew’s menu, but the document seems to have otherwise subtly shifted focus away from NYC and toward sea-to-shining-sea. Starters include Buffalo chicken wings, pork nachos, and even a hummus platter. There is New England clam chowder. And a wedge salad. But while a roasted beet salad could be, well, beetier, its blend with arugula and candied onion is skilled. Pizzas and pastas aid and abet several steaks, rack of lamb, and a braised pork shank with guajillo jus as mains. And the classic Reuben, with house-made rye but imported-from-New York everything else, may be as good as one can expect outside of the Big Apple. Desserts, including a popular banana pudding, are worth the price of admission --- as is the handsome space and the polished bar with its classic and creative cocktails.