We had a great time here...so much that we returned the next day. Great craft beer selection and the bloody mary bar on Saturday was a fun option.
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Dark atmosphere, nonexistent true Irish fare, minus the Guinness. No Irish tea!! Tea served in a tall glass coffee mug where you’d need three bags to still allow for the taste of tea. Give me a small pot of hot water with a tea cup,...More
Excited to try their corned beef and cabbage I was disappointed both in presentation and flavor. It seems everything is just simply boiled, perhaps together and served in a bowl with some kind of flavorless broth. The corned beef was ok, but the cabbage was...More
I arrived in Rochester early for my dinner, so I just wanted to sit down for a few minutes. I saw O'Connors right across the street from where I was going to be. I sat at the bar, ordered a drink, got the drink right...More
Service, prices and food were top notch. Portions were Irish sized Hard to chose from so many choices. Counting the day's and Looking forward to going back!
After a long day of work, a colleague and I stopped in here not knowing what to expect. Needless to say, don’t sleep on this little town or spot in MI. Solid food, with a good selection of craft beers tap. If you’re in the...More
Deliberately has tainted drinks and food to me as well as others. I personally observed this. They single out people to do this to and laugh about it. This place would be an excellent place but they need to lose the attitude and the malicious...More
I've got to be honest, the food was horrible. How do you mess up chicken tenders? And the drinks tasted like rubbing alcohol. The waitress was incredibly kind in getting us another one but even that one tasted horrible. Thinking it was more of a...More
Hi I order there cod fish and chips are so good. My husband enjoys there beer and hamburgers. Nice atmosphere. food good casual dining.
I've been to plenty of "Irish Pubs" in my day, in the U.S., Germany, Sweden, and, yes, even Ireland! This was the most authentic of all Irish Pubs in America I have ever visited. The décor, the menu choices, and the food could cause one...More