- Griffin Swartzell
Everything’s Sysco-sourced, so we go full Irish, ordering fish and chips ($7.99), cooked competently enough. It’s not the best we’ve had in town — they’re still just frozen, triangular cod fillets — but it’s fine enough with a pint of Guinness ($5). Irish nachos ($7.99) usually see shredded corned beef, Swiss cheese and Dijon horseradish sauce over chips, but they were out, so we substitute french fries. It’s fine enough, though the sauce has a notable zing deficiency.