Decided to try an early St. Patick's Day experience. They have Smithwicks, Harp, and Guinness on tap. This is in addition to several more local products. Smithwicks and Guinness are always good. More obscure beers like Murphys stout and Beamish stout would be good too. My wife had bangers and mash and enjoyed it. I had Irish Mac and cheese which is a layer of fries below a lawyer of corned beef below a layer of mac and cheese. We finished with a sticky pudding that they called a bread pudding. This wasn't fabulous but was a good as you normally see in Ireland. Service was friendly but a little disorganized. It felt a little like an Irish pub. We will probably return.
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