another bar with sticky floors and tables enhanced with an irish theme. the food is average, including the chips and curry sauce. nothing special about their beer selection and service has always been good for us...EXCEPT the RUDE manager on st paddy's day.
my friends have come here a few times and after st paddy's day, it will be our last. the place was packed with a fraternity and sorority vibe so I get how things can get out of control and need to be managed. my friends and I were in the front wing, out of the chaos and madness. we ordered tons of food and drinks and then paid our bill. we then decided to stay longer and ordered a second round of food and drinks, and when we got the bill, additional items were included on the bill that we didn't order. from there world war III started with the manager who wouldn't budge after we tried to explain to her what happened.
in the past, we had no issues with the pub, live music was good and location is prime. speaking of prime, the only reason why I come here is because I have a discount card to get a buy one get one, other than that, I have no interest in coming here.
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