This 150-year-old bar and grocery is a characterful and delightfully friendly place, whether you are just in for a casual drink or a relaxed evening out.
The Levis sisters ran this 150-year-old bar and grocery for as long as anyone can remember - sadly, Julia died in 2006 but, with help from younger members of the family, Nell is still welcoming visitors as hospitably as ever.
It is a characterful and delightfully friendly place, whether you are just in for a casual drink or a relaxed evening out. Traditional music sessions held some Fridays.
Closed 25 Dec & Good Fri
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