I ate at the pub next door last night, so tonight decided to try Kelly's for a little compare and contrast. I like Kelly's better. Kelly's is more pub than next door. There are TV's, a large well stocked bar and a definite bar over...More
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EZ to review this Irish Bar--start w a smooth Guinness & let ur palate go wild! Fish and chips-check Irish stew-check Lobster roll-check WHAT? Yup, this place has a delicious lobser roll rpiced better than in Maine,Light mayo, pepper, lobster on potato roll - U...More
Got back from the football game and needed a place to unwind at midnight and everything else was closed on a Sunday night. Being here for a conference from the West Coast meant it was only 9 pm to me. Kelly's was open but the...More
This quaint pub isn't fancy, but the "pork slap" sandwich is one of the best I've had. It's got slaw and a hint of jalapeño with aioli on the side. It was really good! I also drank some of the best Ginger Ale that I've...More
We went for an evening, having visited for lunch a week before. This is an amazing place. Very atmospheric with a lot of history around you and on display. Brendan the owner is one of the nicest people you will meet in DC. We would...More
My husband and I had a quick lunch here with two of our daughters. I ordered the batter fried shrimp and it was AMAZING. My husband had fish tacos which he said were great and the kids had burgers. They raved about the fries. It...More
Great fish & chips, and a properly-pulled Guinness (at least for US standards). I've never had anything here that I didn't like. The servers are always great; I always have a great time when I come here to grab a beer after work.
This is not an Irish pub by any standard. The sheppard pie was nothing I would call Irish. Globally ridiculous food like a cheese burger or pulled pork sandwich. We had way better food in any pub in Ireland .