A local tradition for Friday fish fry, this pub serves a wide variety of local brews and daily specials.
Casual, sometimes loud and always delicious. The entrance is a 125 year old beer vat, leading to several dining rooms and a bar. Diners have a choice of the noise of the bar area, a quieter room, a screened in porch or an outdoor area.
The Friday fish fry (baked also available) draws them from miles around, but they also feature pasta and Mexican. Their daily specialties are worth checking out, especially the prime rib sandwich.
Various Point beer varieties (try the Amber) are on tap, along with several local microbrews.
Family and causal dining, with a very active takeout counter. Located on Hwy 10, just west of I-39.