Hearty fare and a wide selection of British, Irish and American brews are the staple ingredients of this fun-loving and decidedly informal pub. The dining room, with a large bar in the center, can be quite noisy. The menu is best described as trans-Atlantic where classic British dishes such as Scotch eggs, bangers and mash, and fish and chips share space with American items like beef sliders and barbecued wings. The place is usually very busy; you may have to hunt for a parking space.
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