St. James Public House is a sleek roadhouse with a lively bar and beer- and wine-friendly soups, salads, burgers and skillet dinners.

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The tuna burger, topped with a teriyaki glaze, sriracha aioli and pickled vegetables, is served with a side of cold soba noodle salad at St. James Public House.

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St. James Public House offers beer- and wine-friendly food.

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Rob McCleery and Ed Gruber dine together at the bar of St. James Public House.

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Bartender Eileen Zeltmann pours a pint of ale from one of the craft beer taps behind the bar of St. James Public House.

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Patrons dine under the warm glow of Edison bulbs, exposed brick and wood tones at St. James Public House.

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Chef Al Hand, center, works in the kitchen of St. James Public House.

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An iceberg wedge salad is topped with crumbled Gorgonzola, bacon lardons, blue cheese dressing and a tangle of fried onions at St. James Public House.

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French onion soup is topped with a crouton and melted Gruyere cheese at St. James Public House.

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Applewood-smoked bacon macaroni and cheese is made with three cheeses (American, Cheddar and Monterey jack) and topped with a potato-chip crust at St. James Public House.

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Pan-seared roast chicken is served with home fries and asparagus at St. James Public House.

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A meat and cheese board with berries, grapes, figs, cashews, olives pepperoni, prosciutto and a trio of cheeses is on the menu at St. James Public House.

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