From Our Editors
Fiddlers Green Pub exudes the lived-in charm of a British neighborhood bar, albeit with some modern touches. Pressed tin ceilings and soft lighting complement the rich, dark woodwork, while flat screen TVs at the bar ensure patrons never have to miss a soccer or hockey game. As might be expected, the menu features familiar British classics, including hearty shepherd's pie, fish and chips, and yorkshire pudding stuffed with slow-roasted Alberta beef and accompanied by horseradish dipping sauce. At the same time, the cooks seek inspiration beyond British borders when preparing items such as steamed edamame, or hand-breaded wings coated with one of 18 available sauces and seasonings. Since no pub meal is complete without a drink in-hand, the bartenders also mix cocktails and pour 20-ounce imperial pints of local and imported drafts.