Also featured in the food spotlight were barbecue ribs, boneless wings and cheese pretzels that included Guinness beer cheese.
There were so many guests at Monday's VIP party, that I sort of questioned where they set the bar for the V and I. Nevertheless, everyone seemed to be having a fantastic evening and Quaker Steak & Lube likely succeeded wildly at creating buzz for the Pennsylvania transplanted restaurant that will be the first of its kind in Texas.
The Lube will open to everyone at 3 p.m. on Wednesday and hold a Grand Opening party all day. This weekend, there will be karaoke on Friday, a Baylor Football Kickoff Party on the Patio on Saturday and one of The Lube's Car Cruises on Sunday. I'm going to have to experience a Car Cruise to properly explain it. Better yet, someone from WacoFork land should check it out and work it into a review.
One of the best things I noticed on Monday was the chilled out back bar, which The Lube calls the Brickyard Bar. It's an indoor-outdoor bar with garage bays on the north side of the restaurant. It feels like it's going to be an awesome place to have a beer and watch a game.
We've told you before, Quaker Steak & Lube is aiming to throw a never-ending party. They're off to a good start.