The food is typical ale-house fare, but very tasty (their onion rings are awesome). Prices are good, the atmosphere is good-- you can either sit in the bar and watch the game on of a zillion TVs, or you can shoot pool or sit in a quieter section of the restaurant. They have quizzo and live music-- a welcome addition to Claymont, and a nice alternative to Stanley's.
Over all a great place to go after work to blow off some steam and have a few drinks with you buddies. This is also a restaurant that you can have a nice sit down meal with your family. The food is well cooked and reasonably priced for the portions you receive.