Love it here, however... a lot of fights broke out last night & not much was done to prevent more from happening. On the other hand, staff is friendly & thorough ... it's as clean as it should be for a bar on a Friday...More
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We went here on a Friday night for some nachos, whisky and beers. The nachos were destroyed in seconds, the whisky selection was above average (especially for NL) which I throughly took advantage of, and the local beers were flowing strong. The thump of people's...More
I found the menu the same as 3 other places we ate at. Not sure why, so I was disappointed. The music was good but the noise of the guests made it rather hard to hear.
Waitresses not attentive at all...too busy talking to each other and bartender. Kept us and a few other customers waiting, first to order, then to be served. The place was not busy at all, maybe 8 people there and 3 waitresses. I ordered the Chicken...More
There was en entrance fee because of the live music but it was certainly worth it! There were 3 musicians who were mostly playing typical Newfoundland music. The pub was full of people of all ages singing along, dancing and laughing. We had never seen...More
We went to this pub when we first arrived to St Johns because of the good reviews and close to our location at Murray Premices The food was good but they were so short staffed (1 waitress and few bartenders )took forever to get anything....More
Dinner on Monday approx 8 pm. Beware Monday nights 34 oz beer for the price of a pint ( so 2 for 1 !! ) . That's a good thing!! Food and service were great I had 1 lb of crab legs for $ 17....More
Live entertainment was awesome, food was good, service was great! Music was Irish/local. Small cozy location, great for a beer and some chats!
We came mainly for the ambiance and the live Irish music, and that was lovely, but the food was hit and miss at best. The steak was good, the quesadillas OK, and you'd best skip the hot turkey sandwich and oriental stir fry altogether. Service...More