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“Fun place for happy hour or dinner”
Review of Conor O'Neill's

Conor O'Neill's
Ranked #164 of 582 Restaurants in Boulder
Price range: $1 - $20
Cuisines: Irish
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Good for: Bar scene, Large groups
Dining options: Late Night
Description: An Irish pub is the stuff of legends, just as Irish thirst is legendary. Pubs in Ireland are much more than a place for drinking, they are a social experience, part theatre, part debating chamber and part livingroom. The pub often seems an extension of the living room and in many rural parts of Ireland also act as the local shop-one corner serving butter and eggs and the other serving foaming glasses of stout. Our aim at Conor O'Neill's is to bring to Boulder a truly authentic traditional Irish Pub.
Reviewed April 29, 2014

Try the Black and Tan onion rings--great flavor! Fish and chips are very tasty--crunchy outside with moist fish inside--served with a great sauce. Great place to meet friends.

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Reviewed March 17, 2014

The Irish food especially the corn beef and cabbage was awful, it was very dry and over cooked. It as the worse corn beef and cabbage I have had. The Irish breakfast was too spicey. One does not put hot spice in an Irish breakfast.

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Reviewed November 1, 2013 via mobile

We went here for a special family lunch. The atmosphere was friendly and welcoming. What came out of the kitchen was nothing less than disappointing. To start, our appetizer (fried pickles) took over 20 minutes to be served. Less than 5 minutes after our appetizer was served, our entrees were served. I had the special (Shepherd's pie) which, as far as I could tell, contained no meat. In addition, one of our guests ordered a burger medium well and it was over cooked to the point of almost being past well done. The fish in the fish and chips was mediocre at best. The only bright side was our server who was very pleasant, Attentive and apologetic for the delay of our appetizer. We will not return.

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Reviewed October 14, 2013

This is a decent irish pub that is popular with CU students. Standard Irish pub fare and beer; everyone is very polite. Best part is the live bands that they have at late night - good sound system, good bands, very laid back and casual atmosphere.

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Reviewed August 1, 2013

Very faux but you are not going to find a 15th century stone croft building in Boulder. So this is fine. Decent food, good drinking and at times live music and dancing. Good if you need a dark place for a drink. But what they need is a real open fire place with an actual fire in it.

Thank Caron T
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