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Went here to celebrate our grandsons birthday. Got there at 7:00. Ordered appetizers of wings and they were very good. Ordered our meals at the same time and then the wait. We waited over an hour to get our meals. Not all came out at...More
Went in for lunch. Been to the one near Palmer ma that closed so trying the Simsbury one.
I do like their beer selection. However, I feel an Irish pub should have more actual ales, pumped of course. Not even Celtic music. But ok, I’m...More
We stopped in for a late night nightcap. We sat in the bar and it was quiet, just what we were looking for. Good selection of beer and the blue cheese fondue potato chips were the perfect bite to go along with. I bet at...More
Visited twice on vacation. The food and tap menu are great. But the real reason to visit is the bar staff. We were there 2 nights with entirely different staff yet had the same awesome experience. If you want good beer and an educated barman,...More
I LOVE this place because the people are the best. The waitstaff are friendly and professional. Chris, the manager is watching like a hawk. This place is a well-oiled machine. 44 beers on tap and they know how to pour a beer. Food is inventive...More
This was one of our favorite places to go but they recently changed their menu and watered down their ( once unique)beer list...mixed with average customer service it's likely to be a disappointment for most.
Dropped in whilst staying in the area and wish we hadn’t. The house salad had been in the house for some time! Limp lettuce & dried tomatoes from being cut and left out too long. Poor quality food and definitely not a gastropub as billed...More
Two stars because the food was rough, but we still ate most of it - hungry and no knowledge of the area. We should have known when we went on a Sunday evening with very few tables, and the neighboring table left angrily and "wished...More