This British pub has an interesting history. It originally was built in 1864 and was a watering hole for some 150 years. At some point the pub was closed, which resulted in many elements of its structure being shipped from England in 1996. The oak wood doors and stained-glass windows are some of the original pieces! The menu features such dishes as fish and chips, shepherd's pie, bangers and mash, Raj curry and fresh baked quiche. On the inside you'll find a dark aura, which is what you should expect, via dark wood tones and dim lighting. Much of the staff hails from England and always are quick to recommend a brew that's fit for your taste. The pub has been featured on TV and in news articles numerous times, but not for what you're thinking—the food is great and the history is amazing, but the real reason for the media attention is that there is a resident ghost that spooks the pub.