Parking isn't bad if you get creative in the evening. The place is easy to find, which is nice given that Bloomfield Avenue is tricky at any time of day, but especially in the evening. The interior is pleasant and tables are spaced enough to allow fairly easy walk-through, but it is cozy in any of its spaces. The noise level is a little high, but where is it not these days? Conversation at the table was not to difficult. Service was fast, friendly, and efficient. They have a nice, large selection of beers, but the food was pretty average. French Onion soup was made with clarified onions rather than caramelized as is the norm, "Medium" wings were pretty hot - about the heat that you get in other places for "Hot". Fish in the Fish & Chips was a little soggy. Still, it wasn't terrible. The prices are maybe a tiny bit above what I consider average.
ll in all, It was an experience was maybe a tick above average, so I rounded up.
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