Our dinner group ate at this pub last week. We found the place very noisy and the food forgettable. We did enjoy the selection of libations and the service was fine. The fries were limp, the burgers dry, and the shepherd's pie served so that the potatoes had to be mostly gone before you got to the meat and vegetables. There are too many good places to eat in this town to make this a place of choice, especially if you're with a group who would like to converse while eating.
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