It's pub food. I don't go there for anything beyond that, some drinks, and the ability to hang out with friends. Not one of those pubs where you feel out of place if you've left your thirties behind, even in this very youthful (ie, college town) atmosphere. It's great when the weather gets better and the front is completely open. To me, it's a better place to grab a bit than the Burren (even though I love their sister restaurant, the Skellig) -- the Burren tends to be beer-soaked down to the floorboards.
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