NOTE: This review will sound negative, but the sports bar part of Jeremy's is warm and welcoming. We WILL return for a sports event, ordering a few pints of the very reasonably priced name brand beer.
We had considered Jeremy's one evening a while back. It was filled with happy, loud sports fans enjoying their beer and games. Not for us that night.
So when we arrived in the afternoon to a less crowded setting, we gave it a try. The ceiling is generously decorated with bras, the walls with fine televisions, for a fun traditional men's bar setting.
We tried the house salads (iceberg lettuce and celery with hothouse tomatoes) and fried calamari (fair in itself, served with a mixture of ketchup and some hot sauce). The portions were generous but the food was uninspiring.
The extensive beer list included Jeremy's own ale. Watery and weak flavored. The Bud Light of ales. We'll go with another beverage next time.
Nonetheless, the place is fine for what it is, a sports bar with food prioritized far below atmosphere and beer.