You know you’re in a different sort of pub when the fish and chips arrives and there’s a whole, head-and-tail-on fish next to your home fries, with tzatziki and caper vinaigrette for dipping.  That kind of bold inventiveness permeates an excitingly eclectic menu on which everything, from the sausage to the risotto croquettes, are house made and delicious. The pizza oven turns out fantastic thin crust pizzas, and the burgers are flavorful and generous. Even the side dishes are outstanding, like the roasted Brussels sprouts topped with local bacon and sriracha spiked mayo. The extraordinary menu, the two-floor, casual layout, and well stocked bars (with some 75 different types of beer, many from Nova Scotia) guarantee this place is hopping at all hours—reserve a table.