Tucked near a small historic college in a Revolution-era town, British pub fare and micro-brews seem right at home. This place is definitely worth a visit if you’re in the area.
Favorites like cottage pie, bangers and mash, pasties, and really good fish and chips cover the “British” part of the menu, and there’s lots of “American” fare here too: burgers, cheesesteaks, crab cakes, prime rib, salads and more plus a kids menu. They brew a selection of their own beers and carry an impressive menu of other beers and ciders. Everything we had was yummy and service was prompt and friendly.
The place itself has a small-bar music venue vibe. Dark and kinda clubby. I think they have live music and events—and I wouldn’t be surprised if local musicians hung out at the bar. However, I wouldn’t hesitate to bring kids here. Lots of families were there when we arrived for lunch—seems like a popular spot when visiting Dickinson.
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