We were looking for a local place to eat. We had heard that the pizza's were good and the place looked attractive. Very modern inside - thick glass bar counter, shiny metal seats and granite topped tables gave a light and airy feel.
There was a wide range of wines - but bottle prices were a little steep.
The place was almost empty - perhaps 6 customers on a Tuesday evening.
My wife decided on a $5 Jamieson's which was quite a bargain, but I passed on the Green Beer at $2 and went instead for a pint of Cracker Ale. Also on the blackboard was an advertised drink - a 'Car Bomb' - a joke in rather a poor taste on a St Patrick's day advert. If they only knew the carnage caused by car bombs in Ireland and the UK during the 'troubles'....
The service was terrible. The one guy behind the bar was also taking food orders - but he wasn't easy to attract the attention of! People he knew were in the bar and commanded his attention.
We ordered a pizza, but were disappointed when the other member of staff, a young lady who had obviously been distracted during the cooking, brought it to our table. The edges were burned and it was overcooked.. but it didn't taste too bad.
I had two beers and my wife had two Jamieson's - but when the bill arrived we were charged for 3 pints of Stella at $6 each as well as the two whiskies. When I pointed this out there was no apology - just a grudging admission of fault.
Needless to say - we won't be back.
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