Met a friend here for a dinner and a couple of cocktails on Saturday eve - first time visit for both of us. We gave it a shot based on its "British pub" description, which turned out to be BS.
In reality, it's a pretty generic joint with a standard-issue suburban/corporate feel. The menu is pretty standard as well, with the usual burgers, wings and "loaded" potato skins.
Lots of TVs and tchotchkes draped on the walls. Feels like the kind of place you'd find in an airport or on a frontage road next to a Chili's or Applebee's. Burger was decent if nothing special and service was overly cloying - servers routinely listened in on our conversation so they could chime in with their two cents.
Not terrible but likely won't be returning.