There probably is not a single seat in the house from which you cannot see a television, tuned to whatever game is hot at the moment. Football, basketball, baseball, soccer, etc. What I like about this place (besides that it holds some wonderful memories from its former life as Restaurant 1865) is that it has different rooms with different ambiances. You can sit in one of two rooms with bars, one of which often has live music. You can sit in the quieter front room. Or you can sit out on the patio with a view of the hills, or at the firepit. The service is very good and the food is the same menu as the Pappy McGregor's in Paso Robles... dependable pub food. Our favorites are the prime rib dinner and the surprisingly good cioppino.
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