Good, convivial tavern with fair beer selection and reasonable pub grub. This might be a regular spot if I lived nearby. Parking is somewhat of an issue, and it's true that food service is a bit slow. We sat at the bar, and the barkeep was pleasant and mildly engaging. Beer selection was OK with ten or so taps. Ergo, the guinness was fresh and well-poured. Ordered spinach dip, petite sirloin and open face roast beef sandwich...all was well-done, if not exceptional. We would probably try it again if in the area.
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