The atmosphere is clean, inviting and appointed nicely. The beer menu is top of the line. So many to choose from, so little time... Unique specialties, seasonals and rare finds. You can try a sampler or fill up a boot. The bartenders are very helpful and full of great information on the beers. You also can get growlers filled.
The food is fantastic! The cheese curds are a must for any first timer as an appetizer. The Roasted Pork Flat bread is another great appetizer. The nachos are large and filled up with all the toppings. The Asian Tuna Salad with cucumber wasabi dressing is amazing. Our favorite sandwiches and wraps are the Buffalo Pork wrap and the Pork Schnitzel. My favorite entre' dish is the Chicken Cordon Bleu. My husband loves the Scallops and the Shrimp and Andouille. We have tried almost everything on the menu and have never been disappointed. Fresh seasonal vegetables, rosemary fries, home made chips and smashed potatoes as sides.
Desserts are great as well. I would suggest the creme brulee.
If you come after ten be sure to ask about their specialty pizzas. They have some of the most unique and absolutely delicious specials. We have had the spicy bbq pork, the meatloaf, the poutine and they were all great. We even bought some to take home.
Service is top notch. Attentive and pleasant.
You can dine in or outside. On a Sunday, you can have a big bloody and breakfast burrito.
Over all I would give this place an excellent rating and will be back for more!
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