I'm glad this place is nearby. The Ale House has become our "default destination" when we're too tired to cook or to dress up. I'm especially fond of the conch chowder, and have had a number of reasonably good, inexpensive meals here. Some of the food is quite spicy, so ask your server for suggestions if you like something bland. The wine list is limited, but the beer is cold, cheap and plentiful.
Unpretentious, stick-to-your-ribs food prepared in a haven for sports fanatics..
The Ale House is one of the state's mini-chains. All share the same basic menu, decor and commitment to tasty, far-from-fancy food. The decor is reminiscent of a sports bar, with bench-like seats and thick wooden tables. TVs are hung throughout, although the noise level remains tolerable.
Start off with the deep-fried conch fritters, a taste of Key West. The Ale House Combo--a platter of potato skins, conch fritters, fried mushrooms, mozzarella sticks and sauces--feeds a crowd. The chicken nachos are a rather bland mountain of chips under a lava slide of cheese. The baby back ribs are generously portioned, fall-off-the-bone tender and smothered in a tangy sauce. Another good bet for dinner is the blackened prime-rib sandwich. The burgers are big and juicy. The brownie hot fudge sundae is the star of the small dessert menu.
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