I have visited the Grail multiple times in the last six months, for drinks with friends, for a dinner with my husband and for dinner with our whole family. Located inside a former Catholic church (where I actually had my First Communion!) it is a unique setting with a lot of character. A large center bar offers a lot of seating and booths and tables on both the first floor and in the balcony (former choir balcony) offer a lot of seating. The church's original stained glass windows are still there. There is a huge mural painted on one end of the restaurant.
The food has mostly been great. I've had a Guinness Beef stew that is delicious, Irish Nachos (potato skins w/toppings) and grilled salmon. They also have a great spinach artichoke dip, but it is a little slow to come out, so only order that if you have a lot of time to wait and are not starving!
We did experience a delay in getting all of our meals at the same time the night I went with my family in June, that is the only reason I am not giving them a 5. Even with large parties I expect that all the meals can arrive at the table at the same time. And if any are going to be late, please don't make it a child's food!!
I'll be back though and I recommend it to others!
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