Okay I admit it, I'm addicted to their grilled cheese sandwich, fries and veggie gravy for dipping. This neighborhood pub with the always on TV (the patrons often contributing their own cheers and disapproval at the games) has a creative and impressive selection of vegetarian dishes (ever changing) as well as delicious English fare: the teapots are put on your table covered with a proper cozy (or is it cosy?) and the fish and chips are the best around: crisp and tasty, the fish dense and fresh. You can get food that tastes like it was just cooked in the English countryside if that's what you're craving. Shepherd's pie, beans on toast, bangers & mash - their menu is extensive and combines continents. Join the fun at Happy Hour, get to know the waitresses by name (Julia: Scottish, not British) and arrive just before or after lunch hour if you want to find a good seat. There's rarely a wait though - it's just like going home.
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