The ale was palatable, but I have had better. The fries seemed to be good - firm, crispy on the outside, but a bit soft on the inside. The beef pattie was cooked the way I like then - medioum well. I did not like the pickle spear parts in the sandwich. I would have preferred the pickle on the side which many other places have done.
We were presented out checks on a computer table. I was just told the total and the server swiped my credit card. I could choose my tip and then sign the check with my finger. I did not get any paper copy of my check. I would have liked to have a paper copy for my records (like what I had and what it was called for this blog).
I cannot recommend this establishment for lunch. In addition to the things about the food that I did not like, not getting a paper copy of my bill was most disturbing. I would have liked to see the changes. The on-line menu shows the sandwich is $11, but no price for the pint of beer.
Next week's lunch is planned to be at Monks in the downtown area of Albuquerque. Not sure that I will make that luncheon because of it's distance from my house.