This building is now Heitmiller Steak House. The Quaker Steak place closed after a year in business.
This place closed suddenly, and is vacant. Shame it had some fun evening events; the location was just terrible for the lunch crowd--on a 1 way access road out of town.
Sadly, they have closed their doors this past summer. It was a unique and fun restaurant! It had old cars and similar decorations hanging throughout the restaurant, resembling the 1950's and 1960's. Very good burgers and onion rings. I will miss it
I tried Quaker Steak for the first time today, at lunch. I went with several co-workers and at 11:30 the place was pretty quite and empty. We had excellent service and the food was really good. The food was a little slow coming out, but...More
Intrigued by the exterior appearance of the Quaker Steak & Lube -- because it looks a service station during the 1950's & 1960's era, we had been wanting to find an opportunity to visit. The interior décor is even more intriguing and fun! We think...More
Nice casual place. Good wings and cold beer. The only downside to it was the bartender couldn't remember what people ordered so you had to raise your hand when you saw your food. The young lady that was bartending was excellent and fast. Great place...More