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We decided to visit this pub before dinner and once we were there, decided to try the food. It was average and I felt that with so many other options in Bar Harbor, we could have made a better choice. The ventilation system is lacking...More
While on a cruise, stopped by for just a quick bite and taste some of the local flavor.
Before ordering lobster bisque we asked the waiter were there any pieces of lobster.
He said yes there would at least be a small but decent piece...More
I had dinner here one night while in Bar Harbor. I thought it would have good Irish food. There were really only two items on the menu that were Irish. I tried the shepherds pie made with lamb. It was dry and not very tasty....More
We needed a rest after sightseeing in Bar Harbor and stopped in this Irish Pub to rest. We stopped in Leary's for a couple of drinks and some artichoke dip. It's a pretty small pub, but you feel like you are in an authentic Irish...More
Having eaten so many lobsters I wanted a comfort food that day.
The shepherd's pie was simple and delicious. The chef made it to a traditional recipe and left it alone, unlike so many so called Irish pubs.
A couple next to us were raving...More
We went for dinner, it was busy and a little loud, but it's a pub so that's expected. We did have to sit a little closer to the two couples on either side of us than we would have preferred, but it was okay. The...More
Went here to get shepherd’s pie and Guinness. The beer was good as usual. The pie not so much. The mixture of meat and vegetables beneath the potato topping was fairly devoid of a good mixture of vegetables and was a bit on the dry...More
We wanted a casual dinner on our first night in Bar Harbor. Leary’s Landing was a great choice. The service was almost too quick! The food was excellent and big servings. We had fish & chips and shepherd’s pie, and we split a Caesar salad....More