The artificial lighting from the myriad of TVs (some LED some projection) along with the dull hum of various sporting events could be distracting to some; however, this is a sports bar not fine dining. The appetizers or shareables are good and come out quickly. The food is unmistakably bar food and comes out in an assortment of paper trays and baskets lined with trademark stamped paper (I guess it cuts down on the dishes). The waitress was reasonably attentive, but a little hard to hear over the drone (maybe I am getting old). The kids like this place, yet I would never again bring my mom.
Overall the restaurant is good for young families not for the older generation who may have hearing problems or like windows.
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