Soup's Grill

★★★★☆

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Soup's Grill has your basic bar food that's pretty decent. Awesome selection of beer's on tap. (Try the Oregon Honey Beer.) Great place to sit back and enjoy the game. (Lot's of TVs.)

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Soup's Grill has your basic bar food that's pretty decent. Awesome selection of beer's on tap. (Try the Oregon Honey Beer.) Great place to sit back and enjoy the game. (Lot's of TVs.)

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Jeff got the Cardinals to the World Series. This place is the greatest because of that.

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Jeff got the Cardinals to the World Series. This place is the greatest because of that.

Pros: Food

Cons: None

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You don't need to be a baseball fan in order to enjoy this place, which is owned and operated by Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Jeff Suppan. The food alone is very good and priced relatively inexpensively. My personal favorite on the menu is the Philly Cheesesteak. Jeff Suppan himself went to two of Philadelphia's top cheesesteak places to get ideas for the recipe! Most of the beers are $4-5, and you can even get it cheaper during the daily Happy Hour.


Given all memorabilia and the ambiance, this place is incredible for any sports fan. You can see much of Suppan's personal memorabilia collection throughout his career, including game-worn items from the 2006 World Series, his jerseys from each of his teams, and much more. The two giant leather chairs shaped like baseball gloves and the replica dugout seating area are unique set-up. I would DEFINITELY recommend stopping by Soup's Grill if you are ever in the Valley!!!

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★★★★★

You don't need to be a baseball fan in order to enjoy this place, which is owned and operated by Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Jeff Suppan. The food alone is very good and priced relatively inexpensively. My personal favorite on the menu is the Philly Cheesesteak. Jeff Suppan himself went to two of Philadelphia's top cheesesteak places to get ideas for the recipe! Most of the beers are $4-5, and you can even get it cheaper during the daily Happy Hour.


Given all memorabilia and the ambiance, this place is incredible for any sports fan. You can see much of Suppan's personal memorabilia collection throughout his career, including game-worn items from the 2006 World Series, his jerseys from each of his teams, and much more. The two giant leather chairs shaped like baseball gloves and the replica dugout seating area are unique set-up. I would DEFINITELY recommend stopping by Soup's Grill if you are ever in the Valley!!!

Pros: memorabilia, food, prices, ambiance

Cons: could have more seating room

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I went to this place on Ventura in Woodland Hills for a friend's birthday party. First of all, the name of the place is "Soup's", the nickname of one of the owners, former MLB pitcher Jeff Suppan. However, with a name like "Soup's", one would think that soup would be a prominent section on the menu. Nope. One soup on the menu. The soup of the day. That's it. Yes, I know that was his nickname and it does sound like a good name for a restaurant. But if you're going to call your place "Soup's", then have at least more than one soup on the menu!

The menu itself is fairly straightforward. There are the prerequisite appetizers, salads, burgers, sandwiches and desserts. However, there was nothing really special listed on the menu, just some indicators showing which ones the owner's favored (philly cheesesteak, caesar salad) and which ones the restaurant staff as a whole favored (tuna melt, et. al) This actually leads to another discrepancy: the main dining area is heavily decorated with St. Louis Cardinals memorabilia, mainly because Suppan won the World Series while pitching with them. However, there are no St. Louis ribs on the menu - but there are PHILLY cheesesteaks. I myself had the patty melt and fries. Not bad; but then again, it is hard to screw up a patty melt.

One last thing: the bar only serves beer and wine. This seems odd to me, since practically all the sports bar/grill places I've been to have had full service bars available. Also, there is a two-hour limit on sitting at the tables. After two hours, each person has to pay $10.00! This, coupled with the lack of hard liquor gives off the feeling that customers shouldn't expect to spend too long here. Not a good vibe to have when you're hoping to draw in the sports-watching crowd.

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★★★☆☆

I went to this place on Ventura in Woodland Hills for a friend's birthday party. First of all, the name of the place is "Soup's", the nickname of one of the owners, former MLB pitcher Jeff Suppan. However, with a name like "Soup's", one would think that soup would be a prominent section on the menu. Nope. One soup on the menu. The soup of the day. That's it. Yes, I know that was his nickname and it does sound like a good name for a restaurant. But if you're going to call your place "Soup's", then have at least more than one soup on the menu!

The menu itself is fairly straightforward. There are the prerequisite appetizers, salads, burgers, sandwiches and desserts. However, there was nothing really special listed on the menu, just some indicators showing which ones the owner's favored (philly cheesesteak, caesar salad) and which ones the restaurant staff as a whole favored (tuna melt, et. al) This actually leads to another discrepancy: the main dining area is heavily decorated with St. Louis Cardinals memorabilia, mainly because Suppan won the World Series while pitching with them. However, there are no St. Louis ribs on the menu - but there are PHILLY cheesesteaks. I myself had the patty melt and fries. Not bad; but then again, it is hard to screw up a patty melt.

One last thing: the bar only serves beer and wine. This seems odd to me, since practically all the sports bar/grill places I've been to have had full service bars available. Also, there is a two-hour limit on sitting at the tables. After two hours, each person has to pay $10.00! This, coupled with the lack of hard liquor gives off the feeling that customers shouldn't expect to spend too long here. Not a good vibe to have when you're hoping to draw in the sports-watching crowd.

Pros: Friendly service, large dining area for parties.

Cons: Parking is hell, but there is valet. Two hour time limit on tables and no hard booze.

 

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