We arrived during a cold rainstorm and walked into a warm and cozy Irish pub. The place was all decked out for Christmas and they had a good radio station playing. We were greeted by the waitress who spoke with a faint Irish brogue. She was a little brusque at first but she warmed up considerably during our stay. She immediately brought us some hot fresh rolls and butter, which were delicious. We started with soup - French onion for me, Italian wedding for hubby. Both were delicious and really hit the spot. My main course was a hot open roast beef. Thinly sliced, served over toast points and topped with a nice, not too rich gravy, it was very good and exactly what I was in the mood for. My husband order the roast beef club, which looked fresh and appetizing. Both entrees came with steak fries, well-done - which is just how we like them. The only disappointment was the chocolate cake we shared for dessert - a bit on the stale side. The coffee was good, however, and the cold beer we enjoyed during dinner was even better. Good atmosphere and a much welcome place to find on a cold winter's night.
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