We stopped in for a beer and some late lunch after wandering around the historic district. We both had a blacksmith, a mix of Guinness stout and Smithwick's ale. Excellent BUT it was too cold to start...real beer is not served icy cold. Cold inhibits taste receptors. So about 55° would have been perfect and as it warmed it just tasted better.
I had the shepherd's pie, my go to at this kind of place. It was very good, but not enough gravy. It was loaded with meat. The salad that came with it was very nice and crispy, full of flavor.
My friend had the pot roast with wild rice and baby carrots, it was melt in your mouth tender and good.
No room for dessert...
The service was very very good.
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