Columbus pub chain located in trendy, downtown Gahanna. This place is your typical British pub knock off. Ambiance is nothing special - looks pretty much like a Chilis inside. Service was horrible the night we were there. Beer selection is not inspiring. They most just have the standard fair you come to expect from chain pubs. No legitimate craft brews. Food was the one hallmark though - the fish and chips is the best in the area. Overall however you can find much better places in Columbus to drink beer.
AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 6/10 SELECTION 7/15 FOOD 5/10 VALUE 6/10 OVERALL 12/20
(Visited 09/2008): My tour of Old Bags continues. Visited the Gahanna location after the 2008 Walk For Wishes. The pub is on the corner of Granville and Mill. There are some nearby public lots and street parking.
The place looks like an old house on the outside. The interior is segmented into rooms with tables and booths, and the bar is near the entrance. They definitely get dinged on atmosphere for the number of flies that were buzzing around.
The beer selection is pretty standard for pretty much any Old Bag aside from the one in Worthington (in other words, pretty weak). There are around 8 taps with the standard Guinness, Bass etc. One GLBC tap was a saving grace. The bottled list is nothing spectacular either, with about 25 selections. Again mostly macros and larger micros like Sierra Nevada.
Service was good on a weekend early lunch. The server didnít really know much about beer but there wasnít much to know about anyway.
Fish and Chips at the Gahanna location is more or less on par with the rest of the chain, which is to say itís yummy.
Overall I would still recommend to Worthington location as the best Old Bag in town, but there are probably not many better options for beer and pub grub in Gahanna.