This laid-back venue reminds us of an English pub but with a distinct “cowboy meets mobster” flair. The TV screens are as plentiful as the fried-food options on the menu. We were pleased with the pulled-pork nachos, which were (surprisingly) served on deep-fried pita bread and topped with refried beans, queso, and pico. The Texas cheesesteak was an inspired take on its Philadelphia sister: diced ribeye, pepperjack cheese, jalapeños, peppers, and caramelized onions on a toasted, buttered baguette. The chicken-fried steak was average, but the mashed potatoes were creamy and the steamed broccoli fresh.