The restaurant isn't all that big but I imagine it has about a dozen table overall. It looked like it was probably two homes at one time, then some of the walls were removed to make one larger building. The bar appeared fun but we ate in the other room. I ordered the fish and chips. Obviously not pre-packaged, it was good if not the best I've ever had. My wife chose the Guiness Beef Stew. It looked so good, I had to try it for myself. Not thinking I'd care for it but I did. For dessert I had some sort of chocolate tort. Excellent. The server recommended a beer from nearby York, Pa. called "Liquid Hero". An American Ale. Enjoyed it so much, I had two. I see some people claimed the service was slow. We didn't experience that. Overall, a good experience.
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