First impression of this bar might be that it's a biker's hangout ( the Harley Davidson shop is right next door!) but this place offers much more than that. Yes there are lots of Harleys parked outside on a sunny day but step inside and you'll find a great big bar with a massive selection of whiskies on the gantry and a great selection of cask ales on offer. Real old wooden floors and a selection of comfy armchairs add character and there are loads of old curios to examine (and that's not including the customers!) The pub food is varied and very well priced and there is a 2 course daily menu for under £6. Just a pity that the soup on offer was from a packet ( but tasty anyway) because the main course was homemade steak pie with real mash which was excellent. The staff were very friendly, very efficient and service was very fast even though the bar was busy. Nice little beer garden out the back and tables on the pavement outside mean you can admire the bikes and watch the world go by. The Mitchell Library is a few steps away so for anyone spending time researching their roots I'd recommend taking a break at this bar while visiting, with lots of metered on-street parking in the streets around the bar if needed. A great family atmosphere to the place made it a real nice visit, I'll be back.