We came here one night after dinner for a couple of drinks. We had a rather large group of 12 people and the staff at the pub sat us in the back, near the kitchen. We had a booth and were able to stand in the aisles, so it did not feel too crowded. The actual bar area as MOBBED, as was the hallway coming into the bar.
The floor is tiled, including the steps, which means "slippery when wet." The sober person in our party actually slipped down the steps which were very slippery. I did not get to see the full beer list, but I had been craving a nice Guinness (since it was an Irish bar). Unfortunately, they did not have Guinness, instead they had O'haras Irish Stout. Eh... not the same as Guinness.
I don't like this loud or crowded of a bar scene, so I most likely would not come back unless it was for a quick drink on my way to, or home from dinner. Otherwise, I think there are much quieter, nicer places to visit.
Our waitress was very friendly and kept the drinks filled.
I later found out it was Army/Navy weekend, so that could have been why the bar was a bit rowdy. Not sure how it would be on a "normal" weekend. There was also a $2 cover, which I did not expect at a bar.