The latest British gastropub restaurant to set up shop in Enon

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From the food to the decor and even the smell of fish-n-chip cuisine, The Last Queen gastropub in Enon transports guests across the sea to a British pub. BILL LACKEY/STAFF BILL LACKEY/STAFF

From the food to the decor and even the smell of fish-n-chip cuisine, The Last Queen gastropub in Enon transports guests across the sea to a British pub. BILL LACKEY/STAFF BILL LACKEY/STAFF

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A gastropub is a pub specializing in high quality food, which has always been a passion for Shergill. He said he and his family on their travels through Europe often seek out local restaurants with unique tastes.

The gastro pub offers British classics like fish and chips, bangers and mash and shepherd’s pie, and a variety of burgers and sandwiches are also available. Meal supplies are sourced locally, Shergill said, with suppliers based in New Carlisle, Dayton, Springfield and Bellefontaine.

The gastropub also offers IPAs, lagers, amber ales, stouts, single malt whiskeys, bourbons, lagers, wine, and other beverages.

The Last Queen is a traditional English pub, Shergill said. Pubs (short for “public houses”) were historically a resting place where people went after a long day at work before returning home.

From the food to the decor and even the smell of fish-n-chip cuisine, The Last Queen gastropub in Enon transports guests across the sea to a British pub. BILL LACKEY/STAFF BILL LACKEY/STAFF

From the food to the decor and even the smell of fish-n-chip cuisine, The Last Queen gastropub in Enon transports guests across the sea to a British pub.  BILL LACKEY/STAFF BILL LACKEY/STAFF

From the food to the decor and even the smell of fish-n-chip cuisine, The Last Queen gastropub in Enon transports guests across the sea to a British pub. BILL LACKEY/STAFF BILL LACKEY/STAFF

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Shergill said he wanted the East Main Street location to be a “home away from home” for those in the Enon area and beyond.

“We make great food in a friendly, warm environment,” he said. “We want people to feel relaxed and comfortable and part of something.”

The company is open Tuesday to Friday from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. and Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. The pub also has Sunday morning hours which may extend into the evening if a ballot initiative for Sunday liquor licenses passes on May 3.

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