The food isn't that good. The music is terrible. The service is slow. It could be arranged better too.
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The Pub is located at the same location of an old borough restaurant. Don't be fooled...it has been totally remodeled into a very large, very loud sports bar. There are TV's everywhere, which I personally like. The menu is large, and not just bar food. My husband and I have been here twice now and both times the food and service were very good. Don't expect to be able to have a conversation, it's just too loud, even in the back. Worth a visit.
Stopped in to this place last week after the hurricane, was quite suprised. Place was rockin at the front bar as Notre Dame was playing. We made our way to the back bar and table area, not as loud as the front bar was able to have a conversation without yelling. Anyhow, very fine tap selection at least 25 taps. Draft prices are very resonable from $4-$6, not bad on the selection they have. Big bottle selection also. Started off with a freid green bean app, very good. I ordered the Bristol Stomp Special, basically a meat sammie, very tasty, mam Hump had Grilled Cheese And Prosciutto, which she enjoyed. Also ordered Gundy Grub Fries, which was a meal in itself, could have got away with just the fries and no sammies. All in all this place was a very nice change. Did a great job remoldeling it from Charlie Karp's. Food prices range from$4-$20, a plus in that department, really didn't find anything wrong here. Although they could not get the Boddington's to por this visit. We will diffenetly be stopping back to enjoy their food and drink and PRICES!
The food of good and so are the prices. Service is slow. It is to loud in there. There's no way you can have a conversation with out raising your voice while seated at the tables.