We were just driving through the arts and crafts loop and stumbled upon the diamond in the rough. We intended on just checking the place out and having a beer or two. 4 hours later we had many brews , an appetizer and dinner too. The chips are authentic and amazing. We both had the fish and chips. Best we’ve ever had. The owner was so awesome. I’ve read reviews where some thought he was rude but that’s part of the English pub experience. He was the best. He kept us laughing for hours. Met many new life friends and will definitely be back every year and probably stay for several hours again. Oh and the darts are fun too!!
The Sergio’s of Gatlinburg due to the inflated ratings from people who pop in and never return to RateBeer.com. I was embarrassed for my wife when we walked in but I was alright with the decor. PATIENCE is key but very kid friendly if there aren’t more than two kids needing high chairs. Food was good to great. Service was slow but friendly if not jovial. Plenty of taps but a few were out. Help yourself beer fridge and darts.
bleeng (164) Seattle still not near Beersel., Washington | November 9, 2013
Visited here again last month. Tucked away on the arts and craft road. English themed bar/restaurant with a decent beer selection. Darts and porch available. Did not try the food but the menu was bar/sandwich food mostly. Owner is entertaining-just don’t take anything real seriously and enjoy yourself. Best beer joint I’ve found in the Gatlinburg area.
Service was terrible...walked in...owner/cook made a smart comment to our group then went on talking to the table next to ours while we waited for service. He continued to talk even after we ordered and were waiting for our food to be prepared. Beer took forever, food took even longer. Don’t waste your time.
r464 (24) Earth, Pennsylvania | September 24, 2013
A very nice small pub with British pub fare. Food was very good, not too many options but that is a good thing when they concentrate upon doing a few things well. Quite a few beers on tap, a good selection, plus a number of good choices bottled. Would recommend if you are in the area.
Before my wife and I left for vacation in the Smokies, I did my research on BA to find out where the best craft beer drinking holes were. On the last day of our vacation, we ended up in this neck of the woods. After a day of arts and craft shopping, a few fantabulous brews were in order, so we ended up here. What a treat!
Awesome atmosphere, with a massive staircase leading up to the pub, bookcases to give it that homely feel, and some TVs to keep customers entertained.
Some of the beers: Sweetwater IPA and Blue, a couple of Yazoo selections, some Highland standards, and many more. The bartender wasn’t exactly a beer afficianado, but she was very friendly and more than willing to find out the answers to any questions we had if she didn’t know them offhand.
After a while, the owner came out and talked to us for a good bit. When I mentioned that I learned about his place from BA, he lit up. Before we left, he gave us a business card and handed me a brand new Fox and Parrot/Magic Hat collaboration pint glass. Whoa! Not only does he have a lot of care and respect for the reputation of his business, he also treats his customers like gold.
Also, definitely order the Scotch eggs. They’re dynamite!
Did not expect this. A great little pub in the middle of nowhere. Great family s etting with very good selection. Food is slow to come, but worth it. Not very disabled friendly. Would hqve likes the option of flights.