This is a pub of long standing, and perhaps it needs to sit down and reassess itself. The decor is dark and faintly unwelcoming, though the staff are cheery and helpful. And the pub is completely not welcoming to anyone with a disability; it does not meet (voluntary) accessibility standards.
The menu is unremarkable, but the Alehouse Burger I ordered was tasty. The accompanying fries were abundant, but dark and greasy, as if fried in old oil.
One at our table noted that the Alehouse used to offer a much wider selection of imported beers. The current selection is fine, but does not match some of the competing pubs nearby. I had a Guiness, as it was on special, and it was properly poured and presented.
In summary, I enjoyed the time with my friends, but would not rush back to this unprepossessing pub. (And it did not help that women's wrestling was being broadcast on a big screen TV -- in a pub?)
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