I didn't expect much as far as food quality as appeared to be pizza parlor/sports bar type atmosphere. My brother lives locally and eats here for the fish and chips. 6 of us were here on a Saturday night and it was crowded and noisy. We found a table and service was prompt despite being very busy. We are not big on beer and from reading reviews the offered wine was not recommended. My brother is a pinot noir drinker and spotted BIG FIRE wine on the board and he said he knew it to be decent and it was quite good. One of the dinner specials was a 18 oz bone in rib eye steak for $22.00. 2 of us chose that and it was great. It was served over a chunky type mashed potatoes that was very flavorful and roasted asparagus. We eagerly devoured every bite. I chose pork riblets for $8. A generous serving for the price but too spicy for my taste so my husband ate it and I helped him with his steak. 1 person had fish and chips which they liked and other 2 had the burrito and dont remember their comments. Service remained good throughout the meal. Like I said the atmosphere is a bit boisterous for my everyday liking but for a family party it was a fun meal.
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