We stopped here as part of a pub crawl to benefit superstorm Sandy victims.
Actually, I'm not sure it's entirely accurate to call it a "neighborhood" bar since it also seems to be a twenty-something hangout. Characterizing it as a "beautiful Irish Pub..." as they do on their website is something of a stretch. With not many people, it becomes simply a crowded, loud, aging bar. Probably just semantics to most.
Anyway, the crowd noise wasn't overwhelming, but the music was LOUD, on a sound system that was clearly being strained. Music doesn't have to be clearly heard above the crowd. It is often nice to just have it as a background undercurrent.
Service was fast, pleasant and attentive. I only had a cup of chili and buffalo wings. The former was good, though nothing special. The wings were perfect - leaving your lips numb while not flaming the inside of your mouth.
I liked this place for its not-quite-dive atmosphere, service and prices. The floor-plan makes it cramped with not a huge crowd, so I would probably avoid it on St. Patrick's Day, but otherwise I'd go back.
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