We were planning to eat at Rainin' Ribs in Lake Forest Park (see that review), and it turns out that they are closed on Mondays. We decided to continue driving on Bothell Way and actually head into Bothell. I found this place when searching on Google Maps. The menu sounded pretty good so we thought we'd try it.
SERVICE: At first I thought the server was getting impatient with me. She might have been a little, but I think she has an idiosyncrasy of furling her eyebrows. She wasn't overly friendly or rude. Just eh.
FOOD: The food was very good. The homemade chips are awesome and supplied plentifully! I had fish and chips and ate it all up. My hubby had some sort of steak sandwich which he said was fine. Our boys had buttered noodles and cleaned their bowls.
DRINKS: I like that they offer a sampler of beers on tap. We enjoyed our beer. One boy had OJ and the other had strawberry lemonade which they both liked. It's just a bummer that kids' meals don't come with drinks included in the price.
VALUE: The prices are average for this type of establishment, some items are a little less expensive than other places which is nice.
ATMOSPHERE: This alehouse has a nice neighborhood feel. The bar is a little sliver along the left side of the establishment and the dining area has a good amount of tables. There are TVs-a-plenty, but it doesn't lend to a sports bar feel. The wood floors and exposed brick add a nice touch to the place.
We would try his place again, especially if our Bothellite friends could join us. The menu has lots of good items worth trying!
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