Stopped in for some lunch, we had a drink, we ate. All pretty average, nothing to write home about. Wouldn't particularly recommend.
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We decided to give this restaurant a try after passing on some suspect buffets on Fremont Street as well as passing on Heart Attack Grill (the wait was ridiculous). In hindsight we should have stayed in line at Heart Attack Grill. The service at Hennessey's...More
Expecting to have good ribs and steaks but really was not a great experience, meet poor in flavour, chips were gresy and seemed to be warmed. price was as much as in a much better restaurant.
Had something to eat here before going to the Neon Museum. Both had burgers & a beer (dont have the raspberry beer!) had quite a wait even though it wasnt too busy. Food ok, service ok....but about the worst place we've ever eaten in any...More
We enjoyed a nice dinner on the patio at Hennessey's. Perfect weather and people watching on Fremont Street is interesting! Our server was attentive and knowledgeable. My husband had their ribs and thought the taste was wonderful: meaty, fall-off-the-bone goodness with yummy sauce. Decent fries....More
We ate on the terrace, which was fine, the service was ok but slow. However, the food was really horrible, our hamburgers were dry and seemingly dubious. 2 of us had gourmet hamburger, let me confirm that there was nothing gourmet .. some mushrooms and...More
Went there with some friends on Thursday night, ordered the Dublin Burger. No sign of any "secret sauce" at all, undercooked when I asked for well done. Fries were cold. The beer was fine. Worse than the food was the service. It seems like they...More
I enjoyed the atmosphere and food at Hennessey's Tavern. The service was fast and my food was tasty. I loved it so much, that I ate there 3 times during my visit.
We had dinner and the meal was terrific. Fish and Chips, steak and shrimp with mashed taters - yum. We sat outside for the best people watching view. As a matter of fact - Elvis walked by while we were there. They were very busy...More