I stopped at this place because I used to love it back in a days when I lived in Manassass. This place is very popular among the local crowd and it could be tough to get a good seat there. The way their TV system works is that you get a sound box on your table and each TV has its own number. You switch channels on your sound box to correspond to the number on TV and listen to its audio. If the place is loud you can barely hear what's coming out of that box, otherwise it is very convenient. Unless, of course, you get stuck in the corner where you can only see 2 or 3 TVs and then it doesn't matter. Avoid the corner by the arcades on farthest right.
I ordered warm pretzel sticks and naked wings. Realized after the first few bites that I'm not a huge fan of them, because of the high salt content. Wings, on the other hand, were excellent. Oven prepared just the way I like it, unlike some other places that either deep fry them or leave a skin so soft that you think they'd boiled them. I ordered some Guinness and was dismayed that a waitress didn't know what a "pint" was and kept asking me how many ounces I wanted. Also, when the beer came out it hadn't stopped cascading yet and was in a regular cone glass. I thought Guinness made sure all of its beers where served correctly everywhere.
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