Thursday, July 5, 2018

Gasoline Alley

After hitting up Farmer's Rail, we needed to grab some lunch in the area, so Mr. H took me over to a haunt from his youth, Gasoline Alley.

Open since 1995, the husband/wife duo have a cute story about how they met and their shared love of wine, cheese, and sandwiches. Hmmm, sounds familiar. What they have is an eclectic little restaurant that provides an endless amount of "flare" to gaze at.
We settled up to the bar at about 11:30AM, and I'm glad that we came when we did, because the place was PACKED by the time we left at 12:30PM. On a Friday. Always a good sign. 

The menu is large, and mostly concentrated on gourmet sandwiches. They also offer daily specials, burgers, pizza, soups and salads, and a handful of large plates. We had a hard time selecting a sandwich to share, but decided on the Sassy Sammie ($10.99) with corned beef, hot pastrami, and cream cheese on toasted rye.
I had the good sense to ask for a side of Thousand Islands dressing, and that kicked this sandwich up the notch that it needed. But it was a good sandwich!

We also shared a special of the day, Beer Battered Shrimp.
The pile of fresh cut fries underneath was a meal on its own.

For the price point, you get a huge meal and the quality and selection was very good. I don't find myself in the area often, but I'd certainly head back there when we do.

Gasoline Alley
870 N Cleveland Massillon Road
Bath, OH 44333
(330) 666-2670