This is a long standing tradition in Defiance. The decor reminds you of an old time building-tin ceiling and huge bar that runs the length of the first floor. There is a banquet room upstairs that can be rented for parties. There is seating at the bar and then several tables and chairs throughout the downstairs room. Staff is friendly and the bar is always clean. The one drawback is that it is sometimes smoke-filled, although not as much as it used to be. Breakfasts are wonderful-omelets, eggs and the infamous brain sandwich. Lunch and dinner are also served and each week the menu appears in the Sunday paper with daily specials. Food is very good and prices are reasonable. They have the traditional green beer on St. Patrick's Day. The bar is an old-fashioned one-huge and well polished. Parking is along the street. It is at an intersection so it is usually;y easy access-parking is parallel. It is located at the end of the downtown business district. Its reputation is well know throughout the area. Locally owned and operated by the same family that began the business.