Pretending to be a British pub, ground floor is restaurant, first floor is a large lounge area dominated by a huge TV playing hockey games, very North American, the London Pride ale was very nice although at $9 a pint a bit expensive
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Stopped by here for last orders. The bartender was friendly, the locals were fun and the bar had a very cozy feel to it. Nice selection on tap.
Either you're looking for breakfast or brunch, a sportsbar, a meal or a casual dinner; this place might be ideal for you. The Queen and Beaver offers two different atmospheres, with a pub upstairs and a nice restaurant downstairs. Although not having a very extensive...More
We were lucky enough to get a table without booking, sat in the front indoor section, very comfortable. After a long day traveling the generous portions and quality wine went down a treat. The staff are very friendly. The service was a little slow but...More
Dropped in here to watch game 6 of the Stanley Cup. Pleasantly surprised that most patrons chose to sit on patios (on both ground floor and second story) to enjoy the warm weather rather than circle around the TVs inside. Very comfortable settings here. Enjoyed...More
The upstairs bar is amazing. Casual and very cool. I got the fish and chips here. It was good but almost too fancy. Staff was great and it was very mid range pricing.
I was looking for a place where to enjoy a good Shepherd's Pie and our Hotel Concierge recommended this place. We took the short stroll up to it and we walk into it. I was willing to wait, because it was prime time for them...More