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All reviews wings prime rib steak salad loaded fries southwest burger sandwiches beer selection downtown bath in town would eat here again nice atmosphere end of the day friendly waitress mixed drinks soup of the day sports bar bussing tables
The dining options in Bath are as, um, unprepossessing as the town -- a drive down the main drag, Liberty Street, reveals a couple of pizza joints, a family-style restaurant that was, ominously, empty at dinner time, a few overly-familiar fast food options, some pubs...."There's a place called the Liberty Street Pub," said the dissolute person behind our motel counter. "I hear they have some fast food stuff. Never been in there myself..." a burning question: why not?
We took a shot. Glad we did. Doesn't look like much on the outside. Inside, a chalkboard listing a bunch of regionally-brewed beers on tap, some of them darned good (there are also bottled options and basics, Bud and Yuengling). Atmosphere basically modest sports bar, but not to an obnoxious degree: half the TV's tuned to an international women's (!) soccer match (this is, after all, the Southern Tier of New York, home to several small-college soccer powerhouses and to the International Soccer Hall of Fame an hour or so east), a couple each to NBA and pre-tournament NCAA games, none on so loud that one couldn't talk. There was a similarly under-control newfangled juke box as well. Decor basic but neat and tidy. Clientele seemed like nice folks, known to the wait staff.
For a Thursday night, the place was buzzing, but the staff, though plainly a bit overworked, was cheerful and prompt. The food? Not "fast food" at all but basic, solid pub fare, burgers, sandwiches, a really substantial soup-of-the-day (loaded baked potato), a swatch of entrees, lots of interesting sides and appetizers (loved the hot, fresh pretzel dippers served with a cheddar sauce that wasn't overpowering).
The burgers? Half-pound hand-pressed monsters, fresh and tasty bun, delicious beef, nicely juicy (I opted for a bacon barbecue number with a sweet tangy sauce), not sloppy with toppings but just right, and a side of rings that were plentiful, fresh and super-hot. And medium-rarest of all, a pub chef who knows what medium-rare means!
Even a more pedestrian entree -- forgive my wife for spaghetti and meatballs, she wanted some comfort food after a long day -- was plentiful, a huge tasty meatball, nicely prepared and sauced. Good side salad. Both of us took home leftovers. After a day spent in a town that's struggling, a warm and inviting end of the day before schlepping back to our, um, unprepossessing motel.More
First time visiting, Spent the day at Curtis Wright Museum. I already told Sean what a good experience we had 2-21-3020. Just wanted to document it on Trip Advisor. Jennifer was great, running her behind off but was attentive to everyone. Sean was behind the...bar mixing drinks as fast as you could order them as well as serving or bussing tables. Sean's brother made CRISPY (the way they should be) sweet potato fries ( so, so good that I ate them plain) over all a great end to a great day!
I'm sorry to say that I didn't ask who the girl was that also brought food out and bussed tables but everyone work great as a team. So refreshing to see! Can't wait until I'm back in the area to visit again.More
Very positive experience. The waitress was busy but still attentive and made sure wer were happy and informed. The burgers are juicy and delicious. Mac salad and loaded fries were delectable!! Will definitely be back and tell friends.
BLT, Chicken quesadilla, fried chicken salad (Buffalo salad without sauce) and a Southwest Burger, were ordered by our table. First 3 items were rated a 5 by respective diner. The burger was rated a 4 because there was no dressing or sauce on it so...the sandwich was “dry”. Service was a bit slow, but food was worth this inconvenience.More
Food has always been very good here. Space is small but quaint. Full service bar with decent craft beers. Only issue is not enough servers. Every table was accounted for and bar was full. They only had one waitress to tend tables and bar, clean...tables, serve food and check people out.More
Response from twowheelfever | Reviewed this property |
When I visited in September 2014 I had a draft beer only with supper and my wife chose wine.
So I can not comment on their pitchers used or its contents. Sorry.
Otherwise, it was a fabourable experience.
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