This place was a thriving boot-leg business during prohibition days of 1916 - 1924. The pub decor and photos support this. A clean place with good friendly service. Napkins and moist towelettes provided. Our soup orders, taco salad and chicken burgers all good. We tried various brews with our nacho appetizers, which contained a large portion of tortilla chips but sadly lacking in cheese. That was our only complaint. The sticky pudding dessert served three of us (as if we needed dessert!)
The next table had ordered pizzas-they arrived hot and laden with toppings-we noted those people took doggie bags home.
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