This casual pub and restaurant located along Lewiston's historic Center Street features 40 beers on tap and 150 bottled beers. The menu features ... More
Lewiston Village Pub
This casual pub and restaurant located along Lewiston's historic Center Street features 40 beers on tap and 150 bottled beers. The menu features typical pub grub like burgers, wings, and sandwiches, along with more substantial fare like steak, seafood, and pasta. Their Friday fish fry comes with coleslaw and your choice of sides. They also have a lobster dinner special Friday through Sunday, with one-and-a-half pound steamed lobster for only USD10. Eat at the bar, in their casual dining room, or in warmer weather, outdoors on the patio. Two 5-inch HD TVs are located behind the bar and several other TVs are located throughout the restaurant. A kid's menu is available, too. - Christine A. Smyczynski
My new favorite bar, this place is heaven on earth. Has all of the key elements of both a great bar and a great restaurant. It's easy to see that the owners are very proud of their establishment, and it's well they should be, as There is no fault to be found within its walls. The service is top-notch, with my interactions with any and every worker there demonstrating to me that it's where they want to be and they are very friendly and knowledgeable. The patrons there are from all walks, and in my experience very easy to talk to and a lot of fun. The food is phenomenal, and they have a new menu now that is ambitious as it is delicious. I recommend the Woodchuck burger. Also, this place is a beer drinker's haven. Now we just need a place like this in Buffalo!
Good food, good beer, good service. I especially like the choice of 40+ craft beer choices and have seen many improvements to the menu in the last six months. I agree with the previous reviewer - sounds like a jealous competitor as I've never had a bad experience!
I always wonder when I read a review written by someone named: Anonymous Critic; was it written by a competitor? I have been going to The Pub since the day it opened, great reasonably priced food, friendly helpful staff, and 40 of the best beers in the world on tap. Plus with 10+ HD TVs it is the best place around to watch any sporting event.
A place in which used to have great service and staff, not so great anymore.
I used to enjoy eating here, as they did have a great fish fry. But their service has taken a turn for the worse in the recent year. With the performance of their service in the recent months, I would not suggest this establishment to my relatives nor any of my friends anymore after my previous visit.
My friends and I really enjoyed visiting this deaf bartender whom they would not explain why he was terminated. I have been wondering if he has found a new job, or else.
There are several other options around the town that fares better compared to this place in which I have frequently visited in the past before the opening of the Lewiston Village Pub. Now I have been dining and/or having a few drinks at these other establishments.
You are better off avoiding this place.
We recently visted the Pub on Saturday Oct. 17, 2009. It was not our first visit but we were very disappointed. We probably the first dining customers of the evening, we arrived about 4:45 pm. After waiting a short while we put in our order. The appetizers came out failrly quickly but unfortunately our dinners took at least one half hour or more. My lobster was either over cooked or left over from the day before. The claws were tiny and were like rubber.
The tail section had very little meat and was also very dry. In July we stopped in and our dinner was good. We thought we'd treat our son and his girlfriend, as we enjoyed our first visit,
during this visit we were let down.
Pleasant convivial place in true British pub style (trust me I grew up there!) without all the artificial fake-Victorian nonsense. Just good beer (best selection of draft beers from obscure microbrews to standards within many miles), friendly conversation and a good mix of regulars from all walks of life. They offer real steel darts, pool, plastic darts and video games plus several large screens for sports. Prices are fair and service excellent, with owners Kenny and Ed who are involved, enthusiastic and willing to listen to customer input almost always around.
Food is good standard bar fare at reasonable prices, but it's the beer, the company and the fun that will keep you coming back. The crowd is ever varying from a younger fun-seeking set late weekend nights to a mature regulars set earlier on and midweek. You'll see bearded tattooed bikers talking beer with buttoned shirts and khakis-wearing white collar professionals and young college co-eds, with never a hint of hassle or unfriendliness between them.
Just what a pub should be - accommodating and welcoming to all, with a good atmosphere and something for all types of clientele.
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