Stopped here during the battle reenactments, so it was crowded. Had to wait for a table at the bar (no complaints) and had a chance to sample a few of their nice selection of beers. Our table was on the first floor in the back--a very dark section of the dining room. The meal was very good, though. My son had the Gaelic shrimp on crostini and I had the bangers and mash. Both were very good. The shrimp had a very nice, light garlic cream sauce; the bangers and mash was a bit heavier, but what would you expect from a good sized plate of sausage and potatoes? My son finished the meal with the Guinness chocolate mousse cake, which was excellent: all rich, moist chocolatey goodness. We could hear some nice music coming from the upstairs area, helping to create a pretty good facsimile of a real Irish bar.
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