A sports bar that feels nostalgic with the assorted sports stuff on the walls. Clean and cozy.Quiet, and service was good, mind you it was middle of the day, and not a lot of patrons when I was there. Food is solid pub grub. I had wings and fries which were tasty and complimented the beer I was drinking. The taps weren’t impressive, but the bottle list had more than I expected for a sports bar. A step up for a a type of establishment that typically serves only BMC. Not worth seeking out unless you are in the area, but a good place to stop on the way back to London from Michigan.
AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 6/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE N/A OVERALL 11/20
Small town sports bar with tons of tv’s and pool tables. Lots of interesting hockey memorabilia on the walls. They brew their own lager here which is standard stuff, but clean and fresh. Good service, above average pub grub - this made for a nice stop on our way home from Michigan. And since I am from small town Ontario, I loved the feel of this place - it reminded me of a local Legion.
AMBIANCE 2/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 5/15 FOOD 6/10 VALUE N/A OVERALL 7/20
Your basic small town sports bar, with a ton of TVs, some pool table and ample seating. For most ratebeer folks the only reason to visit will be to tick off their house brewed beer, but its a nice enough place for what it is. Lots of TVs with sports on every channel. Surprisingly long beer list is mostly populated by LCBO available bottles - Aventinus was a surprise! We didn’t ask how many were actually on hand vs. on the menu. Food was surprisingly solid, basic pub grub I quite enjoyed a freshly made club wrap on whole wheat, with some frozen fries that got the job done. Service was friendly and attentive.