Farringdon Bistropub offers tempting food, drink in Summerville

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Modeled after a British gastropub, Farringdon Bistropub opened late November in downtown Summerville. I've yet to see a full review on the place, but Flickr user Chrys has shared a mouth-watering selection of pictures from the Farringdon's.

Here's a bit about them, in their own words:
At Farringdon, we feature simple, fresh American pub style fare done right. Whenever possible we buy our produce, cheeses, seafood and meat from local farmers and fishermen to ensure that we serve the best quality food while supporting our local agricultural community.

They have a solid selection of beers, including one of my favorites, Allagash Tripel Reserve (9% alcohol). Yum.

Dinners run $14-18, but a burger with fries is $9. They have wine and beer dinners starting next month.

And, showing they're not afraid to go truly American, they have half-price wings during happy hour.

They're located at 214 North Cedar Street in Summerville and are open Tuesday through Sunday, from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m.

It's a place that I've heard good things about and have been itching to try.

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