They had a large selection for brunch with lots of different food and beverage options. Great outdoor seating
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This place is OLD. It must have a lot of history behind it. We ate on balcony. On weekends you can park in the lot just before it. It is EASY to miss. We went around the block. Located on left of street. Watch out...More
Great atmosphere, fluid flow with outdoor lower and upper patios. Typical rustic two story bar, restaurant. Great Irish beers, great fish and chips - they serve a decent breakfast brunch with good Bloody Mary's. This is a down staple - must see for all.
The bacon cheddar tots were nice and crispy. The Southern chicken and mac n cheese were fantadtic. My husband loved the fish sandwich. The sweet potato chips were naturally sweet. Entire dinner was great and so was the service. Can't wait to come back again.
Although it is a little tough to find....being on the side in the back of the building, it was worth the effort. We dined outside on the patio which was very comfortable and the service given was excellent. If you enjoy authentic Irish/British pub atmosphere...More
I recently had dinner here after M'Coul's was recommended by a friend. The atmosphere is all dark wood and low lights. If you've been in a pub before, no real surprises to be found here. We were seated in a booth right inside the door,...More
Enjoyed a brunch and had the family together. Good Irish Bar with daytime family atmosphere. Food was good Kids had fun, we will go back again for sure.
Great pub food in a good location downtown at a decent price. The food is very tasty, though not cheap, and the staff have always been helpful with both food and beverage recommendations. The beer/wine/drink menu is quite extensive. The place itself has a very...More
I came for brunch with my family. Had a hard time deciding what to get because it all sounded so good. Will definitely be coming back! The sweet potato hash is a must try!