This is a paid announcement from Wheeler’s Bar & Restaurant, located at 1705 Sheepshead Bay Road.
Wheeler’s Restaurant, the Sheepshead Bay Road staple of traditional American fare, is now offering lunch specials of their most popular dishes at slashed prices.
Mondays through Fridays, from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., diners can now get one of the 11 menu items for $7.95 and receive a free soda or coffee.
Here’s the full menu:
- Penne a la vodka
- Chicken Caesar wrap, served with french fries
- Buffalo chicken wrap, served with french fries
- Grilled cheese with bacon & tomato, served with french fries
- Roast beef & mozzarella on garlic bread, served on a roll with french fries
- Chicken cutlet parmigiana, served on a roll with french fries
- Half-pound burger, served with choice of cheese and french fries
- Turkey burger, served with french fries
- Veggie burger, served with french fries
- Mixed green salad (mixed greens, mozzarella, artichoke hearts and roasted red peppers)
- Grilled chicken Caesar salad
Lunch menu items are for dine-in only. No substitutions.
Family-owned since 1979, Wheeler’s is famous for its hefty burgers, spicy wings and friendly service.
Wheeler’s is open seven days a week from 11 a.m. to 4 a.m., serving food until 2 a.m. every night of the week!
Wheeler’s Bar & Restaurant, 1705 Sheepshead Bay Road, (718) 646-9320.
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THE BITE: When asked what type of restaurants are needed in Sheepshead Bay, I’ve always answered that we need another Thai place. Well, after having that discussion for more than a decade, my desire has finally been fulfilled. We have a new Thai restaurant in the Bay.
Located at 3682B Nostrand Avenue, Thai Basil, which opened in early December, is dishing out “Thai fusion” dishes to all comers. I’m not sure what they mean by Thai “fusion,” as most of the dishes presented on the limited menu appear to be found in just about any Thai restaurant, but I’m pleased to see a new food choice in the ‘hood.
For the Bite, I sampled an array of dishes from the lunch menu that should represent the restaurant well. Pad Thai, considered by some to be the national dish of Thailand, Massamam Curry, cited by CNN as the “world’s most delicious food,” and Ginger Joy, a dish I never heard of before.
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For the full pdf version of the Brooklyn Restaurant Week 2010 listing, clink the link below.
Brooklyn Restaurant Week is rolling around again. The dates of the 2010 event are set for March 15 to the 25. Last year we told you that the Sheepshead Bay had slim pickings when it came to participation in the prix fixe dinners and lunches. This year, Clemente’s Maryland Crabhouse does not appear on the list, but there is an added brunch deal, as well as a designation for the few Kosher offerings (look for the ‘K’ in a light blue circle). Below is a list of the local offerings, or visit the ‘Visit Brooklyn’ website and see the full list, in case you are looking to venture out of Sheepshead Bay.
Restaurant Weeks are usually held only on weekdays from Monday through Friday, but the flyer does not specifically list this limitation. You might want to to check with each restaurant, before making your plans. There may be a few of those restaurants that even extend the specials beyond March 25.
Here is a list of the restaurants participating in the neighborhood:
Baku Palace L D
2001 Emmons Avenue
IL Fornetto Restaurant D and Lunch for 2 special
2902 Emmons Avenue
Liman Restaurant L
2710 Emmons Avenue
Osaka Japanese Restaurant L D
2805 Avenue U