Went to this place on May 29th, 2010. It was amazingly busy. Every table was taken, and there was a line up at the door. We waited in line as there was a pleasent manager on hand, trying to get everyone seated. Considering the circumstances he was quite calm and handled everyone with great respect. There must have been at least 20 people waiting at the door,(with more coming) and we only waited about 20 minute before he got us seated. When he seated us we were sceptical that we would even see a server for a while, but within not even 2 minutes we saw the manager pointing the server to our direction and had a server at our table taking our drink order. Like I said it was amaingly busy. There were anoucments of a "Steak night" happening, and UFC fights coming up, and I guess game one of the Stanley Cup was on. Our group of four were joking that it was going to be a long night as judging on how busy it was and that our drinks and food would be taking forever. But once again they proved us wrong. Our drinks were at our table 3 minutes after we ordered them. Unreal. This was the topper. We had some appetizers and two meals. We had the Beef Dip with Lagers(Must try the Lagers with dill dip) and a steak sandwich. Once again we got settled in, as from our seats we could see the open kitchen and how busy they were. It litterally was not even 15 minutes and our food was sitting in front of us. This place knows what its doing, from garnishing the delisious cream of potato soup with shredded cheese and green onions, to the massive amount of beef in the beef dip. The steak was just as descibed, tender and cooked perfectly. This was not "Pub Food" this was restaurant quality. The appetizers were awesome too. Everything was hot and fresh, and quick, when the place was over full of people? This totally boggled our mind. We could not get enough, our server never let us get our drinks below a quater of a glass before asking if we wanted another, and people you have not lived until you have tried a Caesar from there. They put pickles and little peppers in them. Delicious! Anyways, just thought I would write it up. I am a Southender that is going to be hanging out in the Northend. Very Imprsessive!