Carrs Restaurant and Bar

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11006 Bridgeport Way SW
Lakewood, WA 98499
(253) 584-4622

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American, Breakfast, Burgers/Hot Dogs, Subs/Sandwiches
Credit Cards Accepted, Full Bar, Kid-Friendly, Take-out

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Reviewed by: Volcano Staff

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This automobile-themed restaurant serves American food in a casual, comfortable atmosphere. Plus, seating is adjacent to Carrs' bar - which is always nice.

For those with big appetites, you may say "bring it on," but, we suspect, even you will struggle to clear your plate. Would it surprise you to know that Chris Carr, owner, is the nephew of Marcia Crelling, owner of Tacoma's Marcia's Silver Spoon Cafe? Talk about the apple not falling far.

Carrs now serves its breakfast all day and night. Waffles, pancakes, "Ferrari French Toast," "Speedy Skillet," "Geared-Up Gravy" and the rest are at your beck and call. Carrs breakfast is popular with Lakewood residents. This could only be good news to them.

The pancakes were exactly how we like them. The edges of the cake had that slight crispness from the oil on the griddle. Larger than a dinner plate, the cakes had a nice golden sheen with a hint of buttermilk. The warm syrup and real butter helped as well. The hash browns, also a mountain portion, arrived nice and crisp from the top of the hill all the way to the center. They didn't taste overly greasy, however certainly they spent a few minutes sizzling in oil. No one is going to lose weight at breakfast here.

The Undecided arrives with two bacon strips, two sausage links, massive slice of ham, two eggs cooked to order, the largest pile of hash browns we've ever seen, choice or one pancake or two slices of French toast for $15.49. We skipped the pancake/French toast section choosing the $1.29 waffle option.

As for the burger dip. we finished less than a third of it. Served on a Kaiser-like roll, the pound of hamburger served thick stretched out all ends of the bread and was nearly impossible to fit in the au jus (needs to be cut in quarters). The meat tasted lean, though we doubt it was, and the au jus didn't arrive too salty.

6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday,
6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.,
Saturday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday


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