We with a group of about fourteen including an out of town guest on a Sunday. The place was very busy. They don't take reservations, but will put you on the "wait list" if one of the party goes in. This worked OK, but the wait was about 45 min. Fortunately, the rest of the party were coming in about 30 min., so it worked out.
Service was moderately good, a little slow, but still attentive, especially with our group which included four youngsters from three to seven, and a teen.
The space can get really crowded, even in the dining room(separate from the bar area); however, there are several four place tables and several booths. The chairs are not "lounging" type, and must be more for authenticity than comfort.
The food (eggs, omelets, potatoes, fruit, etc.) was quite good and my only complaint was the fried potatoes were a little "mushy" considering. Portions were generous, and orders accurate.
Coffee is nothing to "write home about", which is a little surprising considering the crowd they serve.
Prices were reasonable, and at local price point.
No alcohol was consumed, so I can't remark about that (however, it is a pub).
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