Today, the Old Mohawk is a popular German Village neighborhood gathering place, featuring “early pub decor,” with brick walls, tin roof, and plastic covered tables. The Old Mohawk has loads of character and local color, and lots of regulars, and it has a friendly, laid-back vibe.
The Old Mohawk menu offers substantial portions of sold, stick-to-your-ribs food at moderate prices.
The extensive menu features 12 appetizers, from $5.99 to $12.19, 14 soups and salads, $3.59 to 11.29 for the entree salad), 25 sandwiches, from $4.99 to $8.99 with chips and pickle, nine quesadillas, $5.99 to $8.99, and 10 entrees, from $10.99 to $12.99.
There are specials – Monday Pasta Night; Tuesday quesadillas – two for $10; Wednesday – lasagna $9.29; Thursday – homemade meatloaf $9.29; and Sunday – 8 ounce sirloin $9.99.
Our favorites were the open-faced meat loaf sandwich special with mashed potatoes and gravy; and the Mother Mohawk – grilled roast beef and homemade chicken salad, with Swiss cheese and horseradish sauce all on marble rye bread. The above average burger came cooked as requested on a butter-toasted bun. The homemade kettle chips with blue cheese & bacon were also a hit.
So, if you are looking for a neighborhood bar with a bit of history and solid food, give the Old Mohawk a try. Take a look at the urban legend involving the Old Mohawk and Al Capone.
The Old Mohawk
819 Mohawk Street (German Village)
Hours: Sunday and Monday 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Tuesday – Thursday 11 a.m. – 11 p.m.
Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. – Midnight
Category: Restaurants, Cafes, Bars