This prominent corner pub has a large sidewalk section where a dozen or more locals had gathered on an early Friday evening. The atmosphere outside was relaxed with a family or two, large tables of friends, and a tourist or two enjoying pints. Folks come on Harleys, on bicycles, and on foot. The atmosphere inside was also friendly and casual with the same mixture of mostly locals after work having a pint on the way home. When I saw them setting up amps I thought it must be time to go but the sole guitarist played old favourites quite well and softly enough so as not to interrupt conversation. Most folks were drinking lighter ales and lagers but there was smattering of Guinness, spirits and of course reds and whites. Not unusually, there were no craft beers available. A serious deficit in an otherwise great pub.
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