I went many times to their original location at 108th & Q, closer to my home. But I like the new spot, where Prima 140, and most recently, a Mexican restaurant, were located. It is bigger and nicely appointed, although far from fancy.
They have a good range of beers on tap, as well as a range of national and craft brands in bottles and cans. There is also a full bar.
The food is pub fare, with 2-3 soups, a variety of salads, fish & chips, some Irish fare, burgers, appetizers and a range of sandwiches. The Rubens are tasty, and they will make a turkey variation on request. They have great Irish stew, and a form of shepherds pie.
Prices are low, and portions large. My wife and I split a sandwich, and she added a small salad. With iced teas, the bill, before tip, was $13. We noticed that almost all folks who didn't share toted carry out boxes home. The service is friendly and efficient.
This is a good spot for a beer or three, or a bite of lunch or dinner.
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