We arrived at Erin's on a Saturday night and there was a "wait" even though a good portion of the place was empty. We were told that there would be a wait for our party of 8 and it was dependent upon a "possible" party of 30 that didn't reserve the space with a payment (really?). Then there was another "possible" party of 9 etc. Guess I wouldn't expect a paying party of 8 who is there already and present to wait for other "possible" parties to arrive. We went with it though and just got some drinks at the bar and sat by the great fireplace for about 30 min. They had to come and find us for our table since their pagers weren't working either. Once seated, all was fine. The waitress was welcoming and pleasant. I did find there menu to be odd - for an Irish pub their menu was a mile long and included Mexican items etc. I also feel that it was quite pricey...so I stuck to a basic burger, which was good and I loved the fried pickles~!