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My wife and I and another couple enjoyed a pleasant dinner. The building is historic, with an impressive edifice. I had the French Onion soup and Reuben. The soup came with a baked cheese crust. It was tasty and not too salty. The Reuben was...More
Stopped in for lunch over the weekend. Ordered a pasta dish (at bar). Bartender (older man) took my order. I asked for extra sauce. When it came out, it did not have extra sauce. In fact, very little at all. I asked bartender for more...More
First time visit to the pub. We were with our fellow grandparents after our grandson's hockey game, he won! We were seated right away and a very nice young lady promptly asked us for a drink order. We were given menus at that time. Drinks...More
We wanted outdoor seating for our group of six and got it. That was the high point of the restaurant. They were short of servers and our female server was really off - not just slow, but unfocused. When we finally complained to the hostess,...More
Several years ago the owners remodeled this place and I must admit, it came out beautiful. Classy atmosphere which has the correct feeling of an Irish Pub. Good food at reasonable prices. Go in the summer so you can sit outside and listen to Irish...More
I have been going to the Dublin house for years (since it was in the narrow building by the train station).
Always a fun place for a beer.
Never a good place for food (every few years - after a few beers, I think: I'm...More
Many thanks to the lady we met in the public parking lot. We asked for a good restaurant and she recommended the Dublin House - what a find! The service was excellent! We were seated quickly - even though the place was busy! The food...More