Tucked away in a plaza in a nice neighborhood I was pretty excited by the name and area. Oh how looks can be decieving. This place has sold out to VLTs, tons of screens and Keno. It has all the potential and it is just wasted. Taps are OK with quite a few, but nothing of particular interest. Menu of bottles is OK, but the gems are in the cooler that arenít listed anywhere else. Food is way overpriced and sub par bar fair. I had high hopes and they were brutally dashed against the rocks.
AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 16/20
stantheman (32) British Columbia | September 7, 2012| Updated January 5, 2013
First visit and apparently the first review for this little suburban hideaway, tucked away on the south-western slope of Burnaby Mountain. I snuck in on a late Friday afternoon. Very quiet and suburban.
Tap and bottled selection is quite remarkable for a suburban neighborhood pub. I didnít order food, but initial impressions are very positive. The late barkeep is Dale.
I made a late evening visit a few hours ago, and it was only about half full. Apparently not a rockiní establishment. Suits me fine. I love beer and hate noise and crowds!