We often come here when we're running errands around town to stop for a pint and some tasty pub grub. The food I wouldn't say is overly British its pretty much a mix of English, Irish and American pub food with a comfort food twist. The interior is dark wood and its a great place to go to escape from either the heat of the day or on a cold rainy afternoon. They have some great beers on tap that you don't find many other places as well as some nice microbrews. I have had many things on the menu and love the chicken pot pies, fish and chips and burgers, but the standouts are the wings, sweet potato fries and pub footballs (jalepenos wrapped in bacon with a balsalmic reduction). I like that despite being a pub its very kid friendly and they have a dart board in the back which is fun. My favorite part is that all the food is consistently cooked well, seasoned well and offered up steaming hot, which can be difficult to find.