We went on a recent weekday evening, and they were moderately busy. Some people were at the bar just drinking; others at tables eating. It's not huge, and I thought the atmosphere was pretty good. Our server, Christy, was good and efficient.
We had two draft Stellas: tall (pints) and cold at $6.50 each. Their menu is just about what I think pub food should be: several appetizers and salads, a small number of "entrees," and a good selection of burgers, sandwiches, and wraps.
Having similar tastes, we both opted for the "Smoked Meat on Rye" (as they describe it, Montreal-style beef brisket). As advertised, the meat came moderately "piled high," with the largest side of French Fries (really good, the highlight of the meal) I've ever seen. In contrast, the side of coleslaw was the smallest portion imaginable. I thought the brisket was kind of "chewy!" Each was $13.99 ($12.99 on website).
I liked the atmosphere there, and I would go back. However, I would try something else on the menu.
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