Since 2009, owners Tim Lorito, and the Dill family have opened several widely successful Canz Roadhouse Sports Themed Restaurants.

These modern-day Roadhouse's are constructed with wood hues, brick walls and a metal roof covering the bar gives a true Roadhouse vibe. The décor includes old hubcaps and license plates which cover the ceiling and a bar that is lined with a variety of beer cans. “I have designed and built all of our restaurants to portray a real Roadhouse theme.” says the Dill family representative.  The Dill family oversees all construction of the Canz locations.

The Dill family partnered with Lorito, a former Detroit Tigers player in 2009 and opened their first Canz location in Westbury. With immediate success they decided to venture into Astoria and nine months later opened their second location. While the Dill family resides in Medford and Lorito in Holtsville opening their next location in Suffolk County was the obvious choice. “There is nothing of this kind on Eastern Long Island that offers over 200 different beers and you can watch every sporting event”. Lorito goes on to say “Patchogue is the largest of our 3 restaurants and will be the model for all future stores”. Future plans include several restaurants in Brooklyn and Manhattan and they are in the process of exploring franchising opportunities outside of New York.

When arriving at any Canz Roadhouse you are immediately greeted by the “Canz Girlz” who wear their signature denim shorts, black tank tops and timberland boots. Whether you’re having a few drinks at the bar or dining in the restaurant as soon as you sit down endless bowls of popcorn are served to you. The extensive beer selection is not the only thing offered to quench your thirst so if beer is not your drink of choice have no fear there is a full bar menu available which includes “Canz Legendary Fishbowlz”. What may come as a surprise to some is the variety and quality of food. The menu ranges from Wraps, Jack Daniel's BBQ Salmon and an incredible selection of Burgers including the popular CC Burger named after MLB Star CC Sabathia. For every CC Burger sold a portion of the proceeds are donated to CC Sabathia's PitCCh In Foundation. The large selection of appetizers includes a creamy spinach and artichoke dip, fried mac-n-cheese bites and loaded hand-cut fries. The star of the menu is the array of wings, available with buffalo sauce, BBQ, teriyaki, honey mustard and if you dare the “Dirty Canz” hot wings. Be sure to save room for dessert because the fried Oreos and fried Twinkies are not to be missed!

For the avid sports fan Canz Roadhouse is heaven. Each location has an average of 30 to 60 TV’s that are strategically placed along every wall to give you a perfect view from every seat in the house. Canz Roadhouse shows every sporting event including boxing, soccer and all UFC Fights.

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