We have eaten at this restaurant several times always in Sept during our North Shore week. This time it was midafternoon and it was nearly empty. It took a bit before we were given menus but from then on the service was very attentive. We were offered tastings of a new beer that we eagerly agreed to try. My Cuban sandwich was excellent with turkey, pepperoni and ham (a new take on the Cuban), cheese, pickles and onions - very flavorful. My husband had a patty melt on whole grain bread with excellent fries which he declared delicious. It was the first restaurant during our week that offered Castle Rock beer, brewed locally at Castle Danger, so we were eager to try their ale (I loved it, my husband not so much). The restaurant ambience is pub-like with several TVs on various stations - some sports and some music. Their food is definitely better than average pub-fare.
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