Stopped by after reviewing website for an anniversary lunch. Waitress greeted us and told us to sit where ever we'd like to. At the time there were 3 others tables seated. Waitress appeared to be also the bartender and hostess which made service very slow. Menu "looked" very nice...we ordered salad and soup and burgers. Guinness sign hung from bar post but it appeared waitress was having issues with keg and had "called someone" to come fix. She tried to pour one pint and came back and said "I'm having issues with keg...right now I only have half a glass if I can't fix it I'll just give it to you". I said okay thinking I wouldn't be charged. Bill came and we were charged for the beer in full. Also asked what else is on tap and she didn't really know. After ordering a burger, which menu advertised as coming with hand cut fries, we heard another table order a burger and they were told fries didn't come with the burger, even though menu stated as such. Since it was a special occasion, we decided to add to our order.
Fries came out after we paid for our check and were a true disappoint. I noticed seperate dinner menus so not sure why lunch menus stated inaccurate info... My husband and I agreed that fries with a burger are standard fare.
Overall meal was average at best. We had a long wait in between seating, drink order, food order and check. I would recommend another stop along your way as both food and drink were not worth the time or expense which is a shame as website tries to create illusion of above par bar food and ambiance.
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