According to a sign outside, it's been around since 1880. I asked Sarah, my server, about that. She said that up until it about 20 years ago, it operated as a B&B, when it was turned into a pub. When I checked their website for more details about the history, I was surprised they didn't provide any.
|I sat in this cute room|
|At the stairs on the second floor|
|There's another seating area on the second floor|
|This cute room leads to the ladies' washroom|
I ordered a Pub Club Sandwich, with no lettuce or cheese. When it arrived, it had no lettuce, cheese or tomatoes so I asked for a side of tomatoes. It was good sandwich. The pretzel bread was soft and airy. The chicken seemed freshly cooked and wasn't processed. I'd get this again.
It seems like a cute place to go back to and have a few beer. Alas, because I was driving, I had a Diet Pepsi.