The menu at Gasoline Alley is surprisingly large, with more than 60 items on the first side, reports Malcolm X Abram. It includes localized inventions such as Sarah’s Vegetable Truck (cucumbers, onions, tomatoes, mushrooms, spinach and avocado on a pita with yogurt dressing).

“I tried both the Traffic Jam (hot pastrami, ham, salami, provolone, mozzarella and vinaigrette), and from the burger menu, the Bacon Fat Boy, a big-ass no-frills (except for the bacon) cheeseburger,” he wrote. “The sandwiches range from $7-$14, and the burgers are all $10. There are also soups and sides, including the fried zucchini, which is much more delicious than it should be.”

The place: Gasoline Alley

Where: 870 N. Cleveland-Massillon Road, Bath

Why you should go: Friendly atmosphere, big and varied menu

More info: www.gasolinealleyinbath.com