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Totally cool Irish Pub that is close to Brentwood. We stopped by for last call and I loved the Boston/CA Irish Pub Theme. Of course we drank Guinness and I'm looking forward to going back for a meal. The GastroPub Menu looked great and some...More
Place was standing room only and spirited! Mostly Notre Dame fans for the college football playoff semi-final.
Despite the crowd the service was awesome....never waited for a a drink or food and eventually landed a table.
The food is all really good pub grub and...More
Good selection of beers, plenty of sport screens, tables, booths, seats at the bar etc.
OK for a drink. Certainly not a pub, it's more a bar, and, apart from the name of the place, is not Irish, nor does it resemble any drinking places...More
When I walked into Sonny MacLeans , I felt like I was back in Boston. A gazillion TV’s blaring, playing every sport imaginable. Most of the crowd was watching the Celtics game & the cheers & groans filled the room . After the game ,...More
Sonny's is an awesome place to go have a pint or 2 to catch up with friends or to watch a sporting event. The food is awesome, amazing chicken wings and poppers!!! The staff are super friendly and they have heaps and heaps of awesome...More
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