As for atmosphere, the bar area is small and can get crowded but they have a new (2010 maybe?) outdoor patio in the back area that is quite spacious and provides a nice vantage point to the creek far below. The front, smaller patio also provides additional seating if you like to watch the locals drive by.
For a relatively small place the selection of beers on tap is fantastic. Some old favorites but also a healthy selection (a dozen maybe) smaller craft beers. And if it's not too busy, the bartenders are good about offering samplers of beers before you invest in a full pint.
As for the famous wings, I noticed a complaint about the dry wings but that is the intended style. I wouldn't consider them dry meaning overcooked, but dry meaning not made with a liquid sauce. Those who like that style of wing will really love these wings. Other items on the menu are exactly what you'd expect from a bar - good portions, reasonable price, average-to-good tasting. But the wings are why people come back.
The one downside is that the wait service is usually not very fast. I've been forgotten a time or two when sitting on the patio and I've had to walk back into the bar to get a refresher on drinks. Don't get me wrong, the staff is always nice, just sometime there doesn't seem to be enough of them.
The locals have been going here for years for a reason. If you want to try a different take on the chicken wing, sample a new craft beer you may never have had before or just enjoy a summer evening on a nice patio, this is the place for you.
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