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“Great impromptu visit”

Slainte Irish Pub and Restaurant
Ranked #87 of 2,089 Restaurants in Baltimore
Price range: $8 - $30
Cuisines: Irish
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Restaurant details
Dining options: Breakfast, Late Night, Reservations
Dining style: Casual Dining
Cross street: S Broadway
Description: Established in 2004, Sláinte Irish Pub and Restaurant is the Most Authentic Irish Establishment in Baltimore. Our two floors create a warm atmosphere around our two all oak full bars. Our Menu has been built to travel you through the best of the Irish flavors, from the traditional Shepard's Pie to the classic Fish'n'Chips. Sláinte Irish Pub and Restaurant hosts live music from Thursday to Saturday night. Also, try our breakfast menu served every day and check out the friendly live soccer atmosphere. Voted Baltimore's Best Sports Bar through the years, Sláinte is home of Football (Soccer), Rugby and Hockey!
Reviewed July 19, 2013

After a dinner just down the street, we took a walk down Thames St and were drawn into Slainte by the live Irish music, an Irish dancer, and a welcoming crowd. The music and dancer were authentic and the bartender could pull a pint like the bartenders in Dublin. Didn't sample the food but we're planning on returning soon to (hopefully) relive the experience. I've been to a lot of Irish bars in the past 20 years but this one offered a great authentic spontaneous experience that we look forward to enjoying again soon.

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Reviewed July 12, 2013

Stopped in here for lunch before departing Baltimore. It's located in Fells Point which is the old harbor section of Baltimore. Great location on Thames St. with the old cobble stone road and across from the piers. I sat at the bar and ordered a Guinness which was poured to perfection without a big frothy head and with the shamrock on top. Nice! Then I ordered the potato and leek soup which was fantastic! It came with bacon and green onions on top and was really good. I then had the corned beef sandwich which was delicious. It came with a huge pickle and the was served on marble rye. The corned beef tasted fresh and not of the typical deli variety. Also they had coleslaw on top which I normally don't like but was really good with the corned beef. The bar tender was a real Irish man and was helpful and attentive even though the place was packed. I would highly recommend this place for lunch, dinner or just drinks! Overall a great experience!

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Reviewed July 8, 2013

We ate here twice while visiting Baltimore. I had the fish and chips both times, loved it! My husband had the steak and chips the first time and the Irish stew the second. We had two very different experiences, one better than the other. But both were above average. We loved the atmosphere (downstairs) and outside. The upstairs area wasn't quite welcoming for us (it may have been the service though) The first night we had an awesome waiter (Kevin) who provided excellent service and great drink selections. My personal favorite was a mixed drink, not on the menu...yet. "Stairway to Kevin". He was from Ireland so it added to the authentic feel of the place. He was fun, energetic, and very personable. Our experience with such fantastic service and great food brought us back just a few days later. The food was excellent again, but we were seated upstairs and our service was lacking. The bartender was our waitress and she had way too many tables. We were there to eat...not just drink. She knew about the previously mentioned drink but had to check downstairs to find out how to make it....unfortunately that never happened so I stuck with water. The waitress was friendly, she just had more than any one person should have been assigned. In my opinion that either falls on the hostess or the management. We had some dear old friends with us so that made up for the lack of service. We would definitely go back again!

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Reviewed July 7, 2013 via mobile

So good! If u like raw oysters try them here. They were fresh! We also had beer which was cold, we had the fries which were delicious. Covered in mozzarella and pulled pork! Yum! A must try

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Reviewed July 6, 2013

The seafood was oozing grease/oil, overcooked and had no flavor. Service? What service? This place had been recommended to us and was truly disappointing.

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