We had s glass of chardonnay and shirah in the "living room" nice place, friendly staff, u can buy cheese and taste the different wines
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We ate dinner here are went upstairs. The lower level is more of a bar atmosphere. Ordered beers and sandwiches. The Bacdraft was really good. Large amount of meat and the right heat. The Reuben sandwich was also very good. The calamari appetizer is a...More
Must say this is a pretty cool pub, the decor is unique with the old firehouse. Had the firecaps appetizer and Gorgonzola ale soup which were both amazing! Main course not so much had the ranchers pie which tasted like warmed up leftovers with no...More
We really enjoyed our lunch here. There were a lot of us and the service was still fast and friendly. We sat on the patio - which was shaded and breezy. That was nice. The menu is large and there was something for everyone. I...More
Very friendly staff! Appears to be an old fire station with the big overhead doors decorated with fire department decor. Really a cool place. Food was good. Was disappointed that they didn't offer their brewed beer for sale in cans to go.
Ordered non alcoholic root beer, which is also non carbonated, apparently. They make it themselves, it is smooth and sweet, but we missed the carbonation. Got stuffed mushrooms, which were very good, however the cheese overpowered the crab filling. Also ordered the pulled pork queso...More
It's nice they have a patio, sometimes way too noisy for my overall enjoyment... Ordered the Gumbo, and did not even finish it. It was watered down, no flavor and lack of protein. The little protein that was served was way over cooked that it...More