Located on Augusta Street, the cozy pub serves delicious burgers, fish and chips, sandwiches, late night snacks and a selection of craft beer. The Ship and some of the restaurants on Augusta Street are revamped houses, so seating is super limited. It sits with a few other red-brick buildings with their own patio space leading to the restaurants. Inside, you’ll find a lot of nautical decor and craft beer propaganda on the walls, a few tables and a bar. There is also patio space in the backyard area and a lounge on the second floor.
Catfish and chips! This was my first time ordering catfish, and everything was delicious and perfectly tender. The batter to fish ratio was on point. Even the coleslaw was amazing and fresh. Loved it. We went on a weekday so it wasn’t too busy, but they only had 4-5 tables in the main dining room! It was a different dining experience for me – homey, yet still a restaurant. This was definitely a great local find.
Bobby ordered a burger with pineapple, pickled beets, cheddar, lettuce and tomato. Beautifully presented and stacked on top of delicious thick cut fries.
Overall, this restaurant was great and I can’t wait to come back to try the other items on the menu. Too bad I’m not a huge fan of beer, I find it awesome that they brew their own craft beer! I loved the chill-atmosphere with their interesting collection of ships, paintings and propaganda. It’s a comfortable little place to enjoy great food and good company.