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“Such a quaint building!”

The Pint Pub and Eatery
Ranked #7 of 63 Restaurants in Millsboro
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: American
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Reviewed August 15, 2014 via mobile

We had fun! Loved the building! Irish stew was supposed to be lamb and turned out to be chunks of beef and was absolutely delicious! The ceaser salad I do not suggest. Bangers and mash were good. Fish and chips were good. They do have a kids menu. Kids enjoyed hamburgers and chicken fingers. I also enjoyed getting to try a local micro brew.

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Reviewed July 15, 2014

We arrived around 9:00 pm with a party of 9. The waiter knew the menu well, the bartender made a great drink, and the food was delicious! It looked like an old bank, what a neat place.

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Reviewed June 20, 2014 via mobile

The hostess didn't even know they had a kids menu the turkey Reuben was cheap turkey roll lunch meat the server was poorly dressed and seemed like he was high or drunk we were really let down with the whole experience The actual restaurant was really cool and could be a very enjoyable experience if staffed properly we will not be back

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Reviewed June 14, 2014

My husband and I happened on The Pint at lunch time today. It was surprisingly good with a mix of Scottish, Irish and English pub food (ploughman's lunch, bangers and mash, scotch eggs and other things) in addition to the usual American bar food staples. I had cock a leekie soup which was the real deal - definitely house-made with big pieces of chicken and carrots in addition to barley and leeks. My husband had a turkey rueben - on nice marbled bread with good slaw and melted cheese - only downside was deli turkey meat. The fries are delicicious - definitely hand cut and well cooked. It was moderately crowded with mostly older folks at lunch on a Saturday - no idea what kind of crowd it attracts at night. Service was good and the setting is attractive.

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Reviewed June 1, 2014

Dining in an old bank is kind of neat. They have done a very nice job of remodeling the interior of the old bank building. It has the feel of an Irish Pub. If lucky, you might get to dine in the old vault which has limited seating.
The Irish menu is unique for this area. The food was delicious and the portions were large. We liked the Dublin Cakes and the Wings of fire to start us off. Everyone in our party enjoyed their entrees. I liked the Cheshire Chicken.
Service was fine, but not outstanding.
Be sure to check out their hours of operation. We goofed this week and showed up before they were open.
This is a neat place to check out on your way to or from the shore. It is in the center of Millsboro less than a mile off of Route 113.

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