We stopped in for lunch on Market Day, and felt lucky to get a table at all. The pizza was nicely thin-crusted and crisp, but nothing remarkable. It was pleasant to sit on the patio on a sunny day with flowering vines around us and drink rosé. They don't pretend to be a fine-dining place, and are fine for a pub.
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