Of the four Westville locations, this is the largest and least intimate. That’s alright with us, however, because you can usually get a seat here (and this isn’t exactly where you bring a date). You go to Westville when you want something relatively quick and cheap, but you still want to sit down and feel like you’re eating something kind of healthy. You can get a steak here, but most people go for the salads, sandwiches, and sides. Veggie options are plentiful, and fries are somewhat mandatory.
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