O'Grady's came into a space previously set up for a fine dining restaurant. So if reviewers are expecting to find a place loaded with hundred year old mahagony bars with ancient brass rails, low ceilings and turf fires, they may find themselves disappointed. Maybe we're just lucky, but we've frequented O'Grady's on each trip to Stowe and each time we've met with more than pleasant hospitality. We travel as a large group - usually between 8 and 12 people. Our service this time was spot on, handling everything we needed without smothering us when we were having evening dinner conversation. The calamari and irish nacho appetizers were quick and delicious. My Irish Bangers and Mash included two large sized but tender and juicy bangers and perfectly blended potatoes. The bar selections met with every need from draft beers to wines to hard ciders. Ending the night with a well balanced Irish Coffee (just enough whiskey without drawing out the coffee flavor) was a terrific ending to a night of well represented Irish hospitality.
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