Pub Grub

English Cellar Alehouse ‘Liquid’ has evaporated. In its place is an English pub with fish-and-chips, and darts and billiards, and scotch eggs, and 150 types of beer. Okay, so they went a little overboard with the union jacks, but it does make it easier to find. Their website has corrected some of the idiosyncrasies (bangers and mashed?) found on the hard copy of the menu (after the jump). Tell me they haven’t actually let a Brit into the kitchen.

Angell Street just up from Thayer.

ECA menu

11 thoughts on “Pub Grub”

  1. They show premier league, champions league, will be showing world cup. the menu kinks are being worked out, but it’s a cool place. good vibe. good food. good beer.

  2. Went there the other night, great experience! The bangers and mash were excellent and the fish and chips were to die for! The beer selection was second to none, my husband was very happy! I totally recommend it!

  3. Was there the other night, definitely a must! The food was awesome and the beer list was incredible. Big change from Liquid Lounge! The atmosphere is calming and dark. Great find!

  4. CV and Portuguese bars tend to watch – big surprise – Portuguese league games. Porto v. Benfica, et al. Premiership, MLS, US national side? Good luck there. It’s half-an-hour to Foxboro, but PVD doesn’t even have a home pub for Rev games.

  5. It’s also an inaccurate name/sign. The Union flag is that of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, yet the place’s name is “English Cellar Alehouse”. Lots of Scots, Welsh, Northern Irish, and also English for that matter, who won’t like that.

  6. H. Says:

    do they show football? there’s still not a place in the greater providence area that shows football (other than what’s already available from a Cox/Verizon cable package)…

    TRY THE CAPE VERDIAN AND PORTUGUESE BARS.

  7. do they show football? there’s still not a place in the greater providence area that shows football (other than what’s already available from a Cox/Verizon cable package)…

  8. The sign on the front’s a lie, though. They’re not the only British pub in Rhode Island. There’s, um, that very charming one in Warren that I can’t remember the name of.

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