Beer served weak plastic cup, tarter sauce spilled in my wife's lap by waiter and told was someone's son and waitress new about beer. Full if excuses and little care
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This establishment is the kind of out-of-the-way, non-chain restaurant we seek when dining out of town. Not too far off the beaten path; minutes from I-75 freeway and the Sharonville hotel area, but had the ambiance of a small town, cozy pub. Sit on the...More
Having just arrived in town, we were searching for an easy, unpretentious spot for dinner, which is exactly what we found! The atmosphere were friendly and engaging - our waitress recommended the delicious Kentucky Bourbon Barrel. Though my Buffalo Chicken Salad was overcooked and dry,...More
My husband and I visited here because of our interests in railroads, history, culture and most of all - great food! The staff was friendly and attentive. The rich, wood decor made us feel like we were dining in a pub in England. The antique-style...More
For women had lunch here and really enjoyed sitting outside on the balcony We also enjoyed salads and split an order of the delicious sweet potato fries. Excellent service and we enjoyed watching a couple of trains go by while we sat and enjoyed the...More
Good food, menu is what you'd expect at a pub. Good draft selection. Sometime service can be a bit slow - we typically sit at the bar. I've got no complaints and would happily come again, but its not a destination location.
Less than a two minute walk from the Glendalia Boutique Hotel, the Cock and Bull is the perfect spot to end your day in Glendale. We happened upon flight night and trivia night, plenty of local beer on tap to provide variety to the flight....More