A local place, but I hardly ever go there. If you were coming from out of town this is a decent place to try some regional craft beers, no other place in town has more. However, as a local it is deeply disappointing as there is rarely anything available that cannot be bought for less at the provincial liquor store. The food here is good, but a bit overpriced and overworked for pub food. Fois gras poutine? Draft is $7 a pint, which is probably the highest price in town, but thatís what you pay for a trendy/touristy kind of place. Iíve found service is a little inconsistent, especially if it is busy.
AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 11/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 3/10 OVERALL 14/20
Visited on a very very wet Thursday eve. Nice enough old style wooden panel type place, pretty quiet except for the rock classics on the stereo. Not my local area but good looking beer selection on tap and bottles, tasty food and the young lady serving was very helpful. Expensive (even coming from London) but that may be a Canada issue I suspect.