Others have already given good answers. From the outside Western Orthodoxy looks like traditional Roman Catholicism, almost like a Tridentine Mass but in English. It’s beliefs are all Orthodox, so no indulgences, no venial vs. mortal sin, no pope, and often more recent feast days aren’t celebrated, such as the Feast of the Sacred Heart. Western Orthodox parishes generally have a wider variety of services than the typical Roman Catholic parish, such as Vespers and Matins, the Churching of Women, and other traditional celebrations which might’ve fallen by the wayside. Their priests can be married, they’ll sometimes have Western style Iconography (think Romanesque or Carolingian art) and their Communion will, in the Orthodox manner, be received under both kinds though the Bread will have yeast in it but they look like Western style hosts.
My wife was brought into The Church in the Western Rite, and as I was a traditional Roman Catholic before I converted, we sometimes still use Western style prayers and rituals in our home. A list of many of these, such as Morning and Evening Prayer, House Blessings, and various prayers can be found here, along with pretty much any other Text that might be required of the Western Rite.