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Tried to get into another restaurant but there was a 2 hour wait. Walked in to this place and had the best experience. Food was fabulous. The wait staff was friendly and fast. Bill, the owner, is a true gem. I highly recommend visiting this...30 year old gem!
Being cash, no checks or plastic accepted.More
My husband and I were in search of a place to have a drink after dinner. We’ve been in Isle of Palms for several days and due to COVID we’ve encountered a wide range of situations and attitudes around Charleston. Most places were closing early...(7:00, 8:00, 9:00) but Dunleavy’s was open later. Not just that but they were warm, welcoming, and friendly! So refreshing! Highly recommend this place.More
Being in the early days of post quarantine, there's a ton of limitations. And the menu is still limited. The wings were good, but it's the service that really stands out here. Everyone is really friendly and attentive. Great experience!
This is definitely a pub. We stopped in for lunch on a Saturday and they were slammed. Only two waiters and restaurant full of people. They did a pretty good job handling the crowd though.
Our table of six orders some beers, burgers and reubens....Sides are limited to plain chips, slaw and potato salad. Everything tasted good. The menu misses out on some typical Irish fare, like no fish 'n chips or shepherd's pie. But what they do is basic good food.
The atmosphere is fun and very Irish-like.
I'd go back for beer, but maybe not for food. There are just so many good food options in the area.More
I agree with the description of the “side” as being a spoon full of pasta salad? Really? The Cheese steak was ok, but was greatly disappointed in the Lobster Bisque..which was almost tasteless and much too thick to be considered soup? The lobster must have...danced through it?More
I should of given this establishment one star but I was feeling generous today. The extra star is for ambiance & location.
After you get past the location, don't expect much. I got the Reuben with a "side" of pasta salad. Now what they call...a "side" I call a 2 oz ramekin (see picture below, shockingly small). The portion size was a joke. And for the Reuben, I would say that most adults could put forward a better sandwich. My wife had the fried Flounder sandwich - bread to fish ratio was way off (in a bad way).
We had two basic IPAs ($7/each) and the lunch came out to just north of $39. TBH, this meal shouldn't of cost more than $25 at most. It was basic, bland, underwhelming.More