One doesn’t often find the bar from “Cheers” practically in their backyard. And it could possibly be that the famous bar with Cliff and Norm and everyone else who knows your name falls short of the down-home goodness of another, real-life pub.
There is an establishment in Waterford which goes by the unlikely moniker of “The Angry Penguin”.
The Angry Penguin is more than your average downtown bar or pub. The owners are generally on-site and take a special interest in knowing their customers. The food is more than your run-of-the-mill pub fare and includes homemade (and eclectic) soups, stews, and gourmet foods. The specials are truly special and won’t put an unreasonable strain on your wallet.
The AP holds regular events as well. You won’t find such things as Thursday night free poker, wine or brew tastings, and monthly pub sings at those television bars.
Even with all the food and events, the place retains a homey atmosphere. It is a comfortable place, where one can be assured of receiving a smile and a warm welcome.
The staff is attentive and quick to smile. More importantly, they are beyond competent. Every person working at the Angry Penguin does their best to cater to your unique needs while making you feel like one of the family.
Where else can you find the kind of homey, laid back atmosphere of a neighborhood bar, while enjoying the unique and diverse blend of foods and activities? Make Waterford, and the Angry Penguin, a must do on your list.