We were referred to this place by Erie residents, who recommended it. It is, as advertised, a "pub and grill" and makes no pretensions to be otherwise. We were fortunate to have Pat as our server, he recommended the Cajun tenderloin tips as an appetizer, and they were wonderful--served rare to medium rare, nicely seasoned, lots of them for two to share. Ordered the panfried perch dinner and the spare ribs (which seem to be a favorite, judging by the plates we saw come out to other diners). The perch was lovely, nicely done, and the ribs were fall-off-the-bone tender. We chose the soup as our starter (seafood chowder this day) rather than the salad--it was quite tasty, but a bit over-thickened.
This place is not long on atmosphere, and the music from the adjoining lounge/bar (live accoustic guitar) can be a bit distracting at first, but this place definitely seems very popular with those who live in Erie (at least two couples were celebrating anniversaries), and once food arrived on our table, the music was more of a pleasant and enjoyable background to the meal. We'd happily return, we thought the food was very good, the prices were decent, and the service was very helpful.
Overall, a good recommendation.
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