Although it was renovated, this is still the best place for lunch, drinks and Friday night fun. The cheese and crackers, the beer and the good food enhance a time with with friends. Superb.
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This restaurant had an awesome old English pub feel and decor. Fun location and atmosphere. The food was good. The only bummer was that there was quite a delay in getting our food even though we were first in the door when they opened. Additionally,...More
My wife and I have eaten here several times and we both enjoy it. Old British Pub atmosphere and food. They even put more Rosemary in their Shepherd's Pie than I like just like the British. My go to favorite is the Fish & Chips...More
The old bar decor downstairs is exquisite, but we prefered the open-air, covered deck upstairs. Good selection of beer and wine, food was tasty. All in all, it was a bit pricey for the overall quality.
My wife and I shared our first date 25 years ago at the Golden Bee. Huge improvements made to the menu, seating and upstairs addition. You will not be disappointed!
This authentic English pub lived up to its hype. The only thing missing was the cigarette smoke--thank goodness. In addition to the decor, there were many imported draft beers from pints to yards of ale. We tried the fish and chips which were plentiful but...More
Thus is a must visit place. Food is great. I would recommend fish and chips and bread pudding. The best part is when they through bees at you. Going there at night is a lot of fun especially when someone is playing piano. It gets...More
Several people recommended we go to the Golden Bee. After spending some time at the Broadmoor, I expected a bit more from this restaurant. After a long day we decided to have an early dinner here. First, the menu is very limited and basically a...More
Had the chili. Husband had the reuben and a beer. Ended up with a $39 bill for lunch. They automatically added 20% gratuity to the bill for only 2 people. Thought that was QUITE STRANGE.