They did have a few imports that you do not see everywhere, including Belhaven.
We did not delve too deeply into the menu as we just wanted some snacks, but they did seem to have a pretty good variety, which included a raw bar. We ordered the creamy crab dip, which was a fresh lump crab meat in a creamy cheese sauce.
|Creamy Crab Dip|
|Sweet Potato Fries|
The fries were done well - crispy and not overly greasy.
Overall, I would do a few drinks here after work, and there is plenty of space for a big group. If you are looking for a place to catch up, the upstairs may serve your needs better. I think in time everything will come together a bit more - flags and a cottage alone, though, do not make an authentic Irish pub.