This is a great little place to eat and relax. This place feels just like the pubs my husband and I have visited in Europe. We've had a Guiness and authenic British fare every time and we love it [three times so far]. British food is less intense than American food so some people don't like it. I'd suggest fish and chips for such folks. I personally love corned beef, cabbage and potatoes and shepherd's pie, but I love re-experiencing what I enjoyed in England. My husband, 18 yr. old daughter and 3 yr. old daughter loved the break from the fun, but kitchy shopping in Gatlinburg. We threw darts, played Jenga, read a Dr. Suess book while sitting on a rocking horse [3 yr. old], and 'read the walls' while we sipped our drinks and waited for our lunch. A sitting area with a real pot bellied stove and a wide screen of news quitely playing from above it gave an extra warm and neighborhood-community atmosphere that we enjoy. If you want to add to your life experiences, this is an inexpensive and delightful stop where you can have a little taste of Britain.
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