We stopped in for dinner on Tuesday night. The music was loud and I was feeling like we should've chose somewhere else to eat. Our waitress promptly greeted us and after a few sips of a beer I had settled in. We learned that the restaurant was only about 10 years old although decor inside alludes to an older establishment. A lot of menu items with a few of the Irish variety. Fish n chips was rated high by the server and the French onion soup is a big seller. I love French onion soup so I had to try it and I was amazed! In addition to the traditional topping of broiled cheese they add (what I'm assuming to be) house made fried onions. I had bangers and mash and took half of it back to our hotel. My husband had a grilled chicken sandwich and salad. Both meals we huge and very satisfying. I'm glad we didn't leave in hopes of finding a different place. This place must be packed during home games!
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