Readers know that we all have a place that may not be the greatest place to eat, but is so dependable and comfortable that we keep going back. The Corrib Pub on Market Street in Brighton is such a place. It is one of the first places we went to before we moved into the area and is a now a place that my wife and I frequent for the typical can't decide-where-else-to-go situation. There are usually interesting specials for lunch and dinner, and the regular menu items are from average to good. My family likes the lobster roll, and I like the Irish burger and fish sandwich. The one item that I don't like is the chile, and the ice tea is typically strong. We recently had a great shepherd's pie (sans crust). The bar is usually crowded with locals and the drinks are good. For the area, the prices are both reasonable and competitive. We have never been there for breakfast, but I am told it is good. The Corrib is Irish (named after an Irish river) and has a nice ambience. Typically, unless it is very busy, people dine in the back even though the front dining room is very attractive. The servers are usually pretty busy and sometimes a bit slow, but they are quite friendly.
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