We eat at Sligo's frequently and enjoy sitting at one of the bar tables set behind the actual bar. The restaurant's main floor consists of the bar area in front and a dining area in the rear. There is also a private area upstairs. The bar area is often crowded, especially at happy hour. But for a quieter experience, the dining area is usually only half full. The menu varies as seasons change and is reasonably priced. There is always a sampling of Irish staples like bangers and mash as well as fish and chips. I often get a large salad. The salads are made with greens and romaine, not iceberg. TV's behind the bar show sports events. Bar foods like wings and sliders are on the menu, but we've never tried them.
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