Been a few times now, it's been open since early summer, where El Bodegon used to be. Sweet patio in the warm weather, kinda cozy inside for the cold times approaching. It's a neat little place, killer single malt scotch selection and a very nice Irish whisky selection too. Good, clean, fresh draught beer, heavy on the Irish ones.
I was in last night and checked out their new menu which, while offering nothing earth-shattering, is nicely well rounded for pub food, with my vegetarian drinking and dining parter having several choices beyond the tried and true standby of fries and salad. I've only had the 'Irish Nachos' (homemade potato chips in place of tortilla chips) the wings, and a mushroom/cheddar omelette, all of them were quite good.
Again, not a place to go if you're into five star dining. It's a pub. Good food, beer, whisky, a football match on the telly and a bit of socializing with the friendly bartenders is what you get.