Late evening on a weeknight we were sent here by one of their competitors whose kitchen had closed for the night. We were told that as long as we were in by 10 we'd be fed, and we were glad we made it! Cozy, neighborhood-bar atmosphere with a display of (working) miniature amusement park rides providing a visual centerpiece. Deep wooden booths accommodated our party of six easily, with tall partitions to break up noise and afford some privacy.
Everyone in our party enjoyed their meals, which included pub staples like meatloaf but also cappellini al'olio, salads and more. Generous portions and friendly but not intrusive service (I believe the manager actually waited on us) and we were not rushed through our meal despite getting there so late. Would definitely go back if I was in the area.
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