The atmosphere was warm and friendly. The food: My husband had lamb stew, which was nice but, the portion was neither American non Irish, it was tiny. I had fish and chips, as an Irish woman it was not a particularly Irish dish, and sad to say it was not very good.
Thirney was the entertainment for the night. Singing solo with guitar. He really made me smile as he sang diddley, diddley doo with such determination. I not sure I ever heard that one.
The bar was sight to warm the heart and the whiskey portions were generous.
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