Small Colonial style Pub in Old New Castle. Friendly staff, friendly patrons, amazing food. The Pilgrims Feast was wonderful. We will definitely be going back!
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We visit on a rainy evening. We heard this was a 18th century tavern with good food and beer. We arrived and it was not busy because of the weather. We were seated promptly next to the fireplace. It had a nice charm about the...More
I love plain meat. I have never been a big "gravy" person. Jessop's has completely changed this. The shepard's pie with their "brown gravy" changed my life. Huge, unbelievably delicious, flavorful gravy...ahhhh. Today I tried the Pirate's fest which is turkey, cornbread stuffing, mashed potatoes,...More
We had a business meeting in the area and were looking for a pub for lunch. We found this place almost by accident and it had an extensive beer menu and good food. The historical information and ambiance were really cool as well! If you're...More
This place is so fun. It is such a unique and historic setting and the food is fantastic. Honestly, other than the portions being waaayyyy to big, and is that even a bad thing? I've had the incredibly delicious Shepherd's Pie and the equally wonderful...More
Such a neat little spot on the main street in charming New Castle. Saw a busy bar area at about 4:00 p.m. and decided to go in for a bite. Very tasty, yummy menu with the watiers / waitresses dressed in period clothing. Has a...More