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Told of this place and drove to it......band was playing with Charles Neville.....a retirement party at 3 on a Sunday. ....what a great afternoon. I just want to go right back.....great place....great service nice atmosphere to hang
Went in just for a meal and a smooth tapped Guinness tonight, and had the best dinner in ages! Steak Frite [a special], tender pink deliciously seasoned sliced filet, with fresh greens lightly dressed and parmesan sprinkled skinny fries [I added a bit of malt...More
New chef/owner serving up outstanding food and drink in this local favorite. Great atmosphere, older crowd. Many microbrews on tap, excellent selection of whiskers. Live entertainment many weekends. Real Irish sieshun on Thursdays.
This is a great down and dirty Irish pub. Much more than just the student hang out some think it is. Good menu, great drinks and a great feel. Harpo made this place the right way and everytime I can get back, I stop in.
Yeah, it's a bit grimy at times, the menu is very basic, and I could live without the smoking on the porch, too. But this is still the warmest, friendliest place in Amherst, not just a student hangout as implied in one of these reviews,...More
The little pub past the end of North Pleasant Street used to be Mike's when I was in college 40 years ago. My wife, sister and I hadn't been back there since. We had beers on the deck which was new for us although it's...More
I used to go to this neighborhood bar a lot when it first opened in the '90s. At that time it was a great place to get a beer and a burger or some fish and chips on a Friday night and listen to a...More