Was in town visiting my friends that live in Melbourne and we needed a place to eat before I had to drive back to Orlando. My one friend asked if I like Irish food and boy do I. So we headed over. Walking into the restaurant you do get a good pub feeling from it. We were seated almost immediately, tho my friends said during peak dinner time, there can be a wait. Looked over the menu and was very impressed with all the different offerings. I elected to go with the corned beef and cabbage sandwich. Corned beef and cabbage is a big favorite of mine and I am happy to say that as a sandwich it really delivered. Not to be missed is the $0.18 cup of Irish bean soup you can get as a side. This also was quite tasty and next time I dine here, I might go ahead and get a bowl of it instead. With the meal I just had some iced tea as my stomach was quite empty and I didn't want any beer just yet.
Once my meal was finished I inquired about beer flights, which they do have. Affordable price for 4 glasses ... I would say 3 or 4 oz in size. I chose Palm, Boddingtons, Smithwicks, and the Warsteiner seasonal. They're served on a nice long paddle shaped board similar in shape to a cricket mallet. Plenty of TVs if you're wanting to watch the game; however, the place never got too loud. Was able to enjoy conversation with my friends at a fairly normal level.
Will for sure eat here again when I am out on the Space Coast, and already making plans to attend for Saint Patrick's Day. (For which they do have a countdown on their website)
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