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Posted by Inconsistent on 11/30/2005
The food is always hit or miss. I've had better luck dining in than i have with delivery. Pot pie was runny, but still kinda tasty. The burgers are often overcooked but so sauced up you can't tell. The turkey burger taste like nerfball! Great beer selection (they'll deliver bottled beer) and good wings and irish nachos. Slow but friendly service.
Posted by Girl Next Door on 11/26/2005
The beer selection is impressive, and the wings are a good deal. This would be one of my favorite places, if only the obnoxious drunk frat B&T boys stayed in their respective NJ and/or LI areas. It appears to draw a particular type - the personality-lacking abercrombie and fitch wearing guys (and their mates) - you know exactly who I mean - whose only objective Mon-Sun is be as loud and ornery as possible. If perhaps this establishment realized that actual people live next door, and would be respectful of that fact, I would perhaps be a loyal patron. Otherwise, the clientele, imported from NJ/LI, destroys what in actuality sustains the "neighborhood."
Posted by A local on 09/14/2005
The food was good, the beer was cold. The service was simply poor. I mean just a wrong combination of slow, snotty and sporadic. The atmosphere is nice, the location is convenient, but you get the feeling they're doing you a huge favor serving you a beer. Their website claims they are proud to NOT serve certain american beers, namely bud, coors, and miller. That's fine by me, I don't drink them, but it seems to add to the air of snootiness you'll experience once you sit down in the place. If you like burgers, and live in the area, your best bet is delivery.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/09/2005
Their food is great, especially the wing specials, Big meaty 10 cent wings. You should try one of the burgers too. Hockey_fan doesn't understand that this is an international ale house. The point of this place is to showcase hundreds of beers from around the world, you can get a Bud anywhere (except here). One location on Long Island has over 150 beers on tap, this place has around 50 then a huge selection of bottled beer. They have a great liquor selection and a great atmosphere. Plus the outdoor beer garden/patio is a great place to be.
Posted by hockey_fan on 08/09/2005
Went there to watch a hockey game, no one else was watching TV and yet they refused to change any of their 4 TV's... bar tenders were slow, and their beer selection was pretty thin - lots of stuff i'd rather not drink like bud... didn't get a chance to try their wings.
Posted by Yvonne on 07/08/2005
Go on Mondays or Wednesdays, when wings are 10c each (minimum order of 20) with purchase of drink (incl. soda). Their wings are crispy underneath a great sauce (I don't like spicy things, but their BBQ is excellent)... they get packed at times so service tends to slow up, but all in all, a great environment to kick back, stuff your faces with friends, and catch the game!