Quaker Steak And Lube Menu & Prices

Find Quaker Steak and Lube Menu Prices & Most Popular Food Items

Quaker Steak and Lube menu prices can be found here! The casual dining chain celebrates the automobile culture: each restaurant is decorated with license plates and old cars.

Quaker Steak and Lube specializes in hot wings, big sandwiches, and, of course, steaks cooked to perfection. The also offer interesting “street” foods and salads. There’s something for everyone at this uniquely decorated restaurant and enough variety to keep you coming back.

Below, you’ll find a menu guide with prices and a little bit more about the food “The Lube” offers. And don’t forget to read about their interesting history at the bottom!


Starting Line up

Premium Pretzels$7.99
O-Ring Ontenna$6.99
Fried Mozzarella$6.99
Pick-Up Pickles$6.99
Loaded Magna Fries$8.99
Chipotle Chicken Quesadillas$6.99
Chips And Cheese Dip$3.99

Custom Built Combos

Choose your Craveable Munchie, then Wings or Chicken Fenders your way. Customize your COMBO with your favorite Lube Sauce
Choose Your Munchies And Wings$10.99

Specialty Salads

House Salad Greens$4.99
QS&L Boneless Wing Salad$8.99
Biker Chick Salad$9.99

Boneless Wings

Grilled Boneless WingsSingle$7.99
Grilled Boneless WingsSupersize$10.99
Breaded Boneless Wings6 Pack$5.99
Breaded Boneless Wings12 Pack$9.99
Breaded Boneless Wings24 Pack$17.99


Homestyle Mac And Cheese$1.99
Lube Potato Chips$1.99
Celery, Carrots And Ranch Dip$1.99
Lube French Fries$1.99
Seasonal Veggies$1.99

1st Place Wings

Proudly serving Jumbo Wings

Single Order$9.99
Supersize Single$13.99
Compact Bucket$18.99
Full Bucket$29.99

Bring On The Heat

Atomic Wings$7.99

Sandwiched In

Mustang Chicken$8.99
Cheesesteak Phil-M-Up$8.99
Boneless Chicken Wrap$7.99
Turkey BLT Wrap$8.99

Beefed-Up Steakburgers

Pick Up Cheeseburger$6.99
Arizona El Camino$8.99
Mac N Cheezburger$7.79

Popular Menu Items

Let’s start with the steaks, because if a restaurant is going to have “steak” in their name, they’d better be good. And they are. They offer three cuts of USDA choice aged beef, grilled to your liking. You can get a meal that’s served with garlic bread and your choice of sides. They also offer steak sandwiches, which are made with sirloin sliced to order and piled with toppings.

The Lube is also pretty proud of their wings: they serve over 30 million each year! They are jumbo, bone-in and they boast 21 different sauces to try like Cajun or dusted chipotle BBQ. Of all the flavors, they really enjoy watching people eat their Atomic wings, the hottest wings they offer; it’s rated 500,000 on the Scoville scale, which is 50 times hotter than a jalapeno. Be careful!

Quaker Steak and Lube also has plenty of other options for everyone, from chicken tenders and burgers to salads and desserts. Their mission is to make sure you leave “completely recharged and refueled,” and their menu gives you so many things to choose from, there’s no way you’re leaving hungry.

Here are some popular items at Quaker Steak and Lube:

Thunderbird Steak

This is by far The Lube’s most popular steak. It’s an eight ounce center cut top sirloin aged for 28 days, grilled to your favorite temperature (medium is always a great choice!). You can choose from a side salad or soup and one of 13 “sidecars,” which include broccoli, potatoes, mac and cheese, and black beans and rice.


Sticking with the steak theme, why not go for a huge steak burger? This half-pound “Lube Legend” is covered in sautéed mushrooms, bacon, hot sauce, and American cheese and is served with bleu cheese dip on the side. It’ll be cooked to your liking: pink or no pink. Try it with onion rings for a great meal.

Crispy Pork Belly Tacos

Pork belly is like bacon, but better. The Lube celebrates “street food” by offering two corn tortillas filled with crispy pork belly, jalapeno lime slaw, salsa, and a cilantro lime cream. Yum!

Quaker Steak and Lube’s History

In 1974, there was a gas crisis in the United States. The price of gasoline skyrocketed, forcing many people to stop buying fuel altogether. This meant that there were a lot of gas stations going out of business.

Founders George Warren III and Gary Meszaros wanted to preserve the gas station history of America, so they opened a restaurant that celebrated automobiles. Originally a “cook your own steak” restaurant, the first Quaker Steak showcased old muscle cars and even had a 1936 Chevrolet on an original hydraulic rack.