We're sort of Anglophiles, so when we heard about this restaurant, owned by a Brit and with a British chef, we had to try it. The Happy Hour prices are good, both for drinks and the bar menu food. In the bar area, we had a draft Newcastle and a Pim's, along with a plate of huge, crispy, hot battered onion rings; worth the calories! Then we moved to the dinner area where we enjoyed fish and chips and steak and ale pie, two of the most popular menu items. The meat in the pie was super tender, and I understand they purchase the meat locally from the UNR farms, The fish and chips were above average. They had live music while we were there; much too loud to enable any sort of conversation in the dining room; the bar area, where the band was set up must have been even worse. The high ceilings amplify the sound, not exactly the atmosphere of a typical cozy British pub. We'll return for the food and drinks, staying away on live music nights; my ears were ringing for an hour after we left!
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