Went here on a couple of occasions.
Quirky is an understatement when describing this place: It's a small, cosy, corner bar. There is a rope to help you get up the steep stairs onto the upstairs above the bar where the larger tables are. The walls and ceilings are covered with trinkets, obscure items and bottles - and a pen provided for you to add your contribution to the walls.
(For the UK reader, this sounds like a bar in Shoreditch... don't worry it's not like that)
Food is nice enough, though this is definitely more a bar, reflected in the limited options.
The staff there are really friendly, and the lively atmosphere reflects it.
Get in a pitcher of beer, and you can end up here for hours.
Note: As others have pointed out this is very small. We came off season. On season I can imagine it would be quite a wait for a table.
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