Outstanding gluten-free offerings in a neighborhood pub style restaurant. Steaks, burgers, pasta, and gluten-free beer
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I love the pizza, especially the buffalo chicken pizza. The steaktips are also amazing. I have been going for years and the food is always outstanding. Very casual and comfortable place to dine.
O'hara's is a busy place... and now we know why. Though crowded, we were seated quickly. Great variety on the menu, and prices were reasonable. My wife and I had pasta dishes; both were very good, and so was the salad. Service was also good, the waitress was pleasant, though tested by a hard-to please customer sitting next to us.... More
A couple of friends and I had a good dinner here on 7 August. I had a Harpoon Ale and the Short Ribs. Both were very good. The portion was large enough to take half home for lunch the next day. My friends both had the Cobb Salad and devoured them. We split an Irish Cheesecake for dessert and it... More
O'Hara's has had great food for as long as I can remember. Their pizza is excellent and the rest of their pub grub menu is also very good. The beer selection is decent (I would like Harp on Tap). Overall it can get crowded but is worth the wait. The owners aren't the friendliest, but the service staff is wonderful.... More
O'Hara is a neighborhood pub with good beer selection, friendly staff, and, usually, excellent food. Lunches are usually excellent, and I have had fish there as expertly cooked as at top tier restaurants. Dinner last night was a bit disappointing. I ordered a steak medium rare, and it came well done. My wife's fish, on the other hand, was fine.
Unassuming place with very good, very reliable pub food coming out of a tiny kitchen. Very friendly wait staff. Going off hours, either ahead or behind crowds, means you will be able to hear each other over dinner.
Locals know this landmark watering hole and restaurant as the place to be in Newton Highland's. SIster restaurant to Paddy's in West Newton, it offers good service, classic pub food, and now with more salads and clearly delineated GF options. They could take gluten free a little more seriously by having the plate delivered separately but otherwise they seem to... More
Ate here with friends who go fairly regularly. Friendly pub atmosphere, cheerful wait staff, good bar, Guinness and Smithwick's on tap (along with many other beers). The food was not by any means all Irish, but was all very good. There's quite a list of specials in addition to the regular menu. Our friends say it's often crowded and noisy,... More
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We are regular customers, but usually for dinner. We are thinking about making reservations this coming Sunday, May 1 for Brunch. What time are you open and closed for Sunday Brunch, and can we make reservations for a reasonably quiet place for four, as some of us have problems with hearing?