restaurant is OUT OF BUSINESS. That's really all anyone need to know. So do not go. restaurant is CLOSED!
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Classic pub atmosphere and fare, plus some other good ethnic dishes. Large and ecclectic beer selections. A bit small and often over crowded, but worth sitting at the bar while waiting for a table.
'Been going there since the '70's. Huntington's very own "Cheers". Many fond memories of pub parties with great food and drink. I'm hoping the rumors of its demise is just that - rumor.
Great local pub that has very good food. Can't go wrong with any of their awesome burgers...as well as the rest of the menu. Small and cozy, great atmosphere. Very small bar area.
Good food . . .modest prices . . . always kind service. A marvelous array of British beers and ales along with a delightful steaming mulled wine in the winter. Been there often for years . . . loved it each time.
I had always wanted to try the place but i felt the food was below average. I went with about eight people and three people were happy with their meal.
Use to go Canterbury Ales constantly. Visited it twice just recently. I'm so upset that most tried and true places just don't care anymore & have gone down the crapper. I can't get into more detail than "the food is awful!" Canterbury Ales should be...More
This is a true pub, with lots of good beers on tap. Burgers, shepherds pie, fish and chips all very good. Worth a stop if you like that sort of thing.
ear plugs and cholesterol meds, in this classic pub with a great history and tight dining spaces. Heavy food that is properly prepared for a pub, great for a drop in early meal than sleep or gym afterwards
A little less fancy than its sister restaurant in Oyster Bay - good pub food and very fine and friendly service - limited parking in town!