If you like the look and feel of a cozy British Pub with shelves of books, cushy couches to sit on, a fireplace, and personalized service this might be a great place to spend a lunch or early evening at. It's part of the Lambertville Hotel (also really quaint) and its entrance is right on Bridge Street (whereas the Hotel entrance is also on the side). Go into the front door then turn right and you walk into a small but "warming" environment. We always make an attempt to go there for drinks when touring around Lambertville (the NJ mirror image of New Hope right across the Delaware River). The service is always courteous and prompt (it is a small place after all). Our mist recent server was Kanokwan and she was always looking after our needs. They recently introduced a small menu with such things as soups, Panini's and the like. I had a chicken burrito and all I can say is that there is room for improvement in the food quality department but we didn't really go there for dining purposes, rather to relax and enjoy the atmosphere. They have a bar that seats about 10 people at best but us cozy and the bartenders are always attentive. So, if you're in Lambertville make time to visit this delightful lounge.