If you're looking for a quiet meal - don't come here. This isn't a fine dining establishment - it's a sports bar. The floor is wooden (like a gymnasium), there are lots of televisions where people can watch the game, and there's a lot of commotion among the folks coming here.
Once you've prepared for the sports bar atmosphere, I think you'll be happy here. Despite being a "sports bar", it's quite clean. The menu is basic sports bar fare (wings, sandwiches, deep-fryer fare), but they use reasonably decent ingredients (except for the seafood, which is clearly pre-packaged frozen - but I was foolish to think they'd be better), and prepare them well. The price is a little bit steep for basic fare, but you'll get a good meal.
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