We went there with friends and enjoyed several of their signature libations. I started with a concoction of ginger, rum and ginger beer it was very good but I switched to a local clone of Guinness stout that was excellent. We ordered a Charcuterie plate that had cheeses, cold meats, condiments and toasted breads for four. That was $16.99 and we were all very happy with it. We ate and talked before dinner.
I had a brisket sandwich on grilled thick sliced bread with melted cheddar cheese and BBQ sauce. It was tasty, plentiful and tender. My wife and our friends had had the fish and chips and were very happy. The menu has brick oven pizza, bay seafood and some historically inspired dishes. Service was good. If you intend to linger get a booth, the backless stools at some tables don’t encourage long occupancy.