My colleague and I ate here on a Tuesday night. Parking was a bit difficult but found a metered lot about a block away that served us well. When seated there was bread already on the table that we weren't sure how long it was there or who it was for so asked for fresh bread. Who knows, we maybe got the same dried bread just a different plate, it wasn't to die for quality. My colleague had martinis that she thought were good and I tried their Purple Cowboy Wine. I had never heard of this but the waiter offered a sampling and it satisfied my taste of which I was not disappointed. We both had the crab cake sandwich and I would not do that again. It was a soft shell crab but a bit too much shell for my pleasure. I was expecting something more along the lines of a crab cake. Likely my error in ordering that entree, I should have researched better. We finished off the meal with sugared donut holes that had two sauces to dip into, one strawberry and one green apple. I must say that was an amazing taste! Although I try to avoid sugar overload, this was really good. Our waiter was attentive. We were seated with one seated on a bench and the other a chair across the table. Next to us was another twosome of men. The close proximity of diners adds to each other hearing the others conversation. If you want a private conversation I would not recommend dining here. It's more casual and laid back. The restaurant served us well for what we wanted that evening.
If you own or manage Park West Tavern, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.