My friend and I visited 2 nights in a row while in town. JOSH the bartender was so cool! He gave us so much information about the history of the bar, things to do around town, where to eat, etc. The beers he recommended (There...More
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Went in as it said "Food and Spirits" on the sign. Scratch that! A ton of beers on the menu, but only a few appetizers to offer. They may have more available for dinner, but at 3 pm, don't come here looking for a meal.
Cash only. The place was kinda empty Thursday afternoon. I didn't have much cash so could not stay long. Great juke box old school. Had what we wanted to drink. Not much else to say. Bar tender would not step out from behind the bar...More
Sometimes you wonder upon a hole in the wall and it is the best bar and food you have ever had....BUT....not in this case!!! Cute little bar, but food and drinks were terrible. My Vodka/Cranberry tasted awful! We went for pizza, but they had no...More
As with some other reviewers, we were staying right next door at the Drury Inn. How convenient for us! We walked over and enjoyed beer and pizza while watching the World Series with a few other patrons. They had a nice selection of micro brews...More
We discovered this tavern a few years ago and we make it a point to return each year. It isn't anything fancy and it definitely has the bar atmosphere, but these are reasons we like it. We love the pizza. The large is a generous...More
No surprises here. It was right beside my hotel, the Drury Inn. I was thirsty and it was happy hour. The bottles of Coors for $1.50 really hit the spot. The locals were loud, but it was a good place to cool off for an...More