Happy hour, from 4pm to 6pm, is great. Their menu changes; on their current menu the pulled pork slides, mussels and meatballs are best. Their flat breads are good and light on your stomach, but heavy on your wallet (a bit expensive for what you get.)
Service is better or worse depending on whom you get (as is usually the case). I’e had great service and not so good service in the same visit. I was served a bad piece of meat, in half of their fried chicken sandwich and when I mentioned it to the waitress, all she could do was say, “I’m sorry.” You know what should have happened and so did she.
In summary: their a good neighborhood hang out, but inconsistent; no culinary landmark, but not a bad place to drop by and have a drink.
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