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If you're looking for a nightclub, keep looking. If you're looking for an upscale modern metro bar, move on.
But, if you're looking for an old fashioned, honest to goodness, traditional American Irish pub, come on in!
Drinks will flow, and the food isn't bad....More
We stopped here for a drink and a little rest since it was so hot and humid while site-seeing. We chose to eat on the rooftop under an umbrella and each had a cocktail and split an order of wings. The wings were very good...More
We had a hard time finding a seat. We waited 10 minutes for the waitress to come see us. We tried to order the famous hamburger and were told they were out of it. (It was 8:00 at night). We ordered chicken sandwiches. We waited...More
We stopped in on a Friday night and heard a good two-man band who took requests. We ordered Yuenglings and after the waitress went to the bar to get them, we noticed that Yuengling was not on the beer list on the menu. Hmmmm. She...More
This place was dissapointing. Took a while to get a drink order in, waited for my drink after others in my party had theirs. I think there was only 1 bartender, who also was doing other things. Waitress was nice, I just think they needed...More
It was an "okay" time. The band, I believe called "Lower Broadway Band" was an awesome band to listen to. We got cheeseburgers, and there wasn't anything special about them. Inside, it kind of smelled like a barn, which is the reason we didn't stay...More