Veterans of London pub crawls may feel nostalgic at this dark, wood-filled watering hole off Front Street. Grab a seat at the bar or a booth in the corner while you enjoy the ambiance of Hamilton's oldest licensed establishment, opened in 1957. Aficionados of old-style British comfort food will adore the Yorkshire pudding, shepherd's pie, steak-and-kidney pie, fish-and-chips, and bangers and mash. You can work up an appetite just deciding from the impressive burger selection,
and the British ale on tap will wash the food down nicely. A small stage often hosts live music; call ahead to find out more about nightly entertainment.
Jun 20, 2009
We enjoyed the Hog Penny. Neat atmosphere with a very friendly staff. I had the Shepherd's Pie, which was very good.
Mar 9, 2009
March 2009. Expensive for what you get! Average tasting food and very little of it. Bread?, sure! just pay extra! If you like pubs, go there for just a beer or skip it!