I was here with a Meetup group of about 25 people, so there wasn't much opportunity to focus on the food. This is your normal brewpub type ambience-nothing special but very inviting overall. The restaurant nicely reserved an area around the corner from the main dining room providing our own informal area to socialize. The bartender served as the group's waiter-very ably I might add. I had two different beers-the Geordie Brown, a Newcastle style brown ale and a Scottish style ale with a touch of brandy mixed in. Both were very good. I had to leave before I could sit down and order a meal, but I got a lamb burger with both fries and onion rings to go, which I consumed shortly after arriving home. The lamb burger was massive and luscious and I would highly recommend. The onion rings were several huge thick slices of onion nicely breaded and the fries a large portion of freshly cut spuds. Both onion rings and fries suffer from not being consumed right when they are served and these were no exception. The onion rings seemed like they would have been terrific had I been able to eat them right out of the kitchen and the fries also seemed like they would have been good, but likely not memorable. The only thing from keeping this from a five star review was the fact that I had takeout food rather than fresh out of the kitchen. I would highly recommend this establishment.
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