We found this by accident - the Rodeway Inn in Wooster (no better place) had some of their menus available. Not sure it's handicapped accessible - there might be an elevator but I didn't notice it so check on that if stairs are a problem. There are four restaurants in this building and this one is the "pubby" one.
The menu is very interesting and way more varied than one might expect; lots more than burgers. The Crab Rangoon is really good, the turkey burger ditto and my husband seemed very pleased with his patty melt. I treated myself to a coffee-flavored creme brulee (a little unexpected bonus to find).
There is a multitude of interesting brews (the "stein" part of "Burgerstein", one assumes) and, perhaps most importantly, the ambience is fun and clean and the wait staff is friendly and obliging.
The decor and fixtures are worth looking at. We noticed many things that are either excellent repros or have been pulled from a much older building and incorporated; brass railings and the door latch, for example.
We thoroughly enjoyed our meal although we are not drinkers and would recommend the place to anyone who asked - and the fact that they serve until very, very late is a huge plus for travelers.
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