Chef-owner Harlan Russell has converted a century-old Irish bar into a bustling New American pub that embodies the evolving personality of West Conshohocken with unpretentiously updated, affordable comfort food that appeals to both its blue-collar clientele and newer corporate neighbors. Service is homespun, if not always polished.
Crab-and-corn chowder; game sausage; pork chops; herb-roasted turkey cutlet; duck breast with sweet-potato fritters; strip steak; apple pie; pecan pie.
Wine List: The 10-bottle list of inexpensive international wines (almost all under $40) doesn't match the menu's ambitions. There are more interesting choices among the dozen beers on tap.