A fine place to meet, greet and socialize. Back in the day, they had a crab night, now long gone. But the kitchen continues to deliver a solid Irish plate, such as corned beef and cabbage.
As a single guy with a 9-5 and a side gig about full-time, this place fed me my supper and provided entertainment for years. Being observed as a known quantity by my then-future mate helped make for a confident and relaxed introduction.
Great mix of Au Pairs, locals, builders, politicians, refugees from Tyson's Corner and every other possible type. Even the owner's brother will take a drink every now and then.
If you love music and would rather spend an evening out, as opposed to being home, this is an entirely adequate public house. A treasure, really.
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