We used to come to this place regularly, but I've been reading mixed reviews. It really has the most extensive craft beer menu in the area. And I tried the Tequila Honeysuckle - which was a better-than margarita...so very good.
The food was nowhere near what it used to be...still good - but a little head scratching (???). I had the Thai mussels - fabulous idea - nice sauce, but...the mussels were about 1/3 the size of the usual mussels that are served in New England. And, the bowl was deep - so find the sauce at the bottom was tricky, until they were mostly eaten.
My husband ordered the Margherita flatbread with mushrooms. The mushrooms were forgotten, and the food was dropped at the table, so no one checked for a while to see if everything was good with the order. The baked oysters were not fully cooked - and the crumb topping was not browned. The Korean wings are simply fried wings with a little sauce.
The service was definitely lacking. I ordered a water...she never asked my husband if he wanted one. Nor was my water glass ever refilled - nor was I asked if I needed more water. Also, when serving sticky wings - most places offer up a wet nap or something more than a paper napkin for wiping up.
Mind you - this is not traditional pub food. The chef offers unique foods and interesting combinations...but it might be nice to change up and add some new foods, and put some extra thought into serving.