Stopped in with friends (2 families). Liked the poutine and even the regular fries were nicely crispy. Also liked the potato soup!
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We stopped here for a few drinks prior to having dinner across the street at the Cook’s Shop. The bartender was very friendly and knowledgeable. Beer was cold and the drinks were good. I would definitely recommend this spot!
This is an English Pub type of Restaurant.We had lunch here and we both enjoyed it very much.The Burgers are delicious and they are huge and come with sides.I could barely finish mine.They have specials on certain days of the week.The only problem is parking,we...More
Came here on a Sunday night, the place was basically empty. Even so, after I ordered and got a drink, the bartender decided to ignore me for the rest of the evening. Eventually, well after my drink was empty, he asked me if I was...More
We crossed the border into Canada just for the day, and ate here for dinner that evening. We tried the poutine (which was really good), as well as a couple of different burgers (there were 5 of us). Everything was good, and the prices weren't...More
We came across the border from Detroit for the evening and planned to spend most of our time at Caesars. We did care for any of the spots inside the casino for food (mostly due to inflated prices) so we decided to stroll the streets...More
We were making our way to Stonecroft Inn (great place) and the Manchester caught our eye en route. Hubby ordered a hamburger which he enjoyed; I chose the sheperd's pie which had a herb that didn't agree with me and switched to the potato/beer soup,...More
There were six of us who wanted pub food and good beer and we were all 100% pleased with our choices. The atmosphere is unique, the staff friendly and every bite of the burger I had was mouthwatering good. One of the best burgers ever....More