The menu highlights both pub and upscale food, including salads, soups, pasta, sandwiches and entrees, with an emphasis on seafood.
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My husband and I have enjoyed going to the Wicked Hop for years, I even did modeling for them in August 2006. In the past six months the service from what we can honestly say in the 15-20 times we have been there, is awfull. The sad part is is that all of the staff has just gone down hill. Problems we have encountered have been anything from not seeing our server for over 30 minutes (no exageration) to our bloody mary's not tasting as good as they were. So on top of this, I tried placing a to go order to avoid rude servers, bad drinks, long wait times, getting the wrong order, etc. Well I called a half an hour before the kitchen closes and was told sorry can't help you we are not taking any orders, the kitchen is closed. It's a Saturday night!!!! Until something dramatic happens to that place, avoid it, it's not worth the headache!
The Wicked Hop is by far my favorite hang out. Great food, great drinks, great atmosphere, great people. Nothing beats it!