The decor is simple, offering a dark wooden bar, a few TVs, and 10-12 tables. As stated on their website, this is a no-frills neighborhood spot to “come eat, drink, and watch sports on our big screens”, and that is exactly the feeling that you get as you walk through the door.
The best way that I can describe the menu is “eclectic bar food”. The appetizer selection alone includes chicken liver pate on toast, pot stickers, wings, and house-cured smoked salmon. Owner Tom Richardson prides himself on making as much of his food in house as possible, including their spicy mustard BBQ sauce, Italian sausage, and even their ketchup. I respect that.
Tom’s differentiates itself from other pubs in their genre by branching out on their menu, offering fare that is a slight step up from the run of the mill bar food, while still reasonably priced. Sandwich options include the smoked BBQ pulled pork sandwich, a crab cake sandwich, the house-roasted beef, and “The burger”, which is a mix of….
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