FAQs

For your convenience, our most common customer questions are answered right here.

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Q: Does Rowe’s have a full bar?

A: YES!  We operate our bar every opening hour of the day except Sunday mornings until noon. Drinkin’ and waffles!

 

Q: Does Rowe’s have a happy hour or drink specials?

A:  Rowe’s features 50 cent chicken wings every weekday from 3-7pm.  We also run Good People Beer specials on Fridays!

 

Q: Do you have vegetarian options?

A: We sure do… The Black Bean Burger is a staple and is very popular.  We can also leave the grilled chicken off the Paillard Salad…and then there is the asparagus, and truffle fries, and waffles.  Please note that we cannot ensure that food isn’t cooked next to where a steak burger was just cooked, but we’ll do our best to accommodate your needs.

 

Q: Are you open for breakfast on weekends?

A:  We open at 10am Sat & Sun mornings and serve brunch until 3pm.

 

Q: Can you cater my event?

A: Yes, we can!  Please call us or email for details.

 

Q: Can I make reservations?

A: We don’t take formal reservations, but please call ahead if you have a group of more than about 5 so we can prepare and ensure you get seated in a reasonable amount of time.

 

Q: Why is brunch so busy and why am I angry with you about it?

A: Brunch is our busiest service of the week.  It is delicious, fun and people just love our brunch.  If this upsets you then please let us help you relax with a bloody mary or mimosa.  They are delicious, inexpensive, and really put a shine on the morning!

 

Q: Do you close between brunch and dinner on weekends?

A: Once we’re open for the day we stay that way cause we want to get down all day.  Brunch puts our little kitchen through its paces so it does take a few minutes to get cleaned up and switched over to dinner, but we stay open all the while.  Come on in and have a drink, we work quickly.

 

Q: Why does George Lucas keep tampering with the Star Wars movies?

A:  I don’t know, man.  I just don’t know.