Bar open late Mon.-Sat.
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Whitehall Tavern Restaurant Review: Whitehall Tavern, formerly Cheyenne Grille & Sports Bar, evokes the original White Hall Tavern that Charner Humphries built in 1835 near Gordon and Lee Streets in West End. This rendition features kid-focused games and a kids’ menu to attract families. Flat-screen HD TVs broadcasting sundry sports events abound. Come for wings, nachos, quesadillas and other casual fare, but don't miss the Scotch eggs and the sweet potato fries. Sandwiches include a bevy of burgers; our choice is the “Black & Bleu” with blue cheese and bacon, and the place has enough confidence in its meat to allow you to order it rare and produce it that way. Check for daily specials at the front door, such as tilapia. The craft beer list has 100 choices, including popular local brews. Despite calling the wine list “boutique,” the offerings don’t strike us as meriting that moniker. Still, they’re quite decent. Cheesecake and a brownie sundae are among desserts. The large, popular patio is pooch-friendly.