All American Pub provides a average experience for those seeking a casual spot to grab a bite, especially if you've already been drinking and are in a jovial mood. While the waiter service and lack of depth in flavor in its food left something to be desired, the reasonable prices and differing specials they sport everyday make it a decent option, particularly when you're looking for some late-night munchies. Let's start with the positives. The prices were great for the location, making it stand out in the area if your looking for a casual meal at a good price. It's also centrally located, making it a great late night spot to grab some greasy food after a night out with friends. However, the service provided by the waitstaff was average at best. While they were courteous, it was evident that they were either overwhelmed or lacking in efficiency, resulting in longer wait times. When it comes to the burgers, they were good but unfortunately fell short of expectations for a full american experience. While the patties had juiciness and were cooked well, they lacked flavor and the toppings were nothing extraordinary. If you're a burger aficionado, you might find yourself a bit underwhelmed by the offerings. I believe it was best said by my friend at the table that the fries stole the show over everything. However, if you're already in a jovial state, the burgers can still satisfy a craving for something hearty. In summary, All American Pub may not be the top choice for outstanding service or memorable burgers. However, if you're already a little drunk and looking for some late-night sustenance without high expectations, it can be a suitable option. The reasonable prices and greasy food are the main highlights that make this pub worth considering for a casual outing.
So much potential given the location, the available space, and the patio. The beer was cold, and the tater-tots stole the show. Probably the saddest Nashville Hot Chicken sandwich I've ever had. The wife's Chicken Parmesan was no better. Not bad or gross mind you, but all around meh. Sonny (sp?) was friendly (lunch visit). Jasmine (sp?) was pleasant and kept our beers fresh (afternoon/football visit). Those 2 kept the review from being lower.
Not bad. Very college-like atmosphere. Wound up here because the restaurant we were trying to go to had a 1 hour wait. Curly fries came out cold and bland but the chicken tenders were piping hot and there happened to be music bingo (this was Tuesday night around 7pm) which we ended up participating and enjoying. If it weren't for the music bingo, this would've had much less stars. The drinks are pretty good, though.
I love All American Pub anyway (as well as ALL the restaurants under the bottlecap group umbrella). When I lived uptown I used to host all my casual business meetings here because of the great atmosphere, food and let's not forget free WiFi. I came here for an exclusive invite-only event today and I was super excited to get to try out the new menu because everything I've had hear has always been great. They definitely knew how to get the party started because the first thing we tried was the Drunken D (Frozen Sunny D with orange vodka). They're usually $8 but $5 every Monday. I can't wait to come back and get more. We were able to try quite a few food items. Pretzel bites with beer cheese, Buffalo chicken quesadillas, spicy teriyaki wings (A....wait for it MAZING), bacon cheeseburger, triple decker club (My second favorite), and a skillet made chocolate chip cookie topped with ice cream and chocolate fudge for dessert. I definitely gained 10 pounds but it was so worth it! I can't wait to come back one Sunday for a game and try a few more things.
Good service. The food was very good. We ordered some "sangria" and it was really good! I recommend this place. Tomato soup very good too. The staff is very friendly and fast.