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“Game Night Happy Hour Goodbye”
Review of The Irish Times - CLOSED

The Irish Times
Cuisines: Irish
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Reviewed March 4, 2014 via mobile

It's been a while but it's a tragedy when a place drops their game day specials. Pints are on the pricey side for the area and the selection is mediocre. The popcorn is awesome though!

Thank BTeaches2Travel
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Reviewed August 12, 2013

Frequent this restaurant/bar often with co-workers. The food is very reasonably priced, has one of the best burgers in town, period..the bartender, Jamie, is the best bartender I've ever run across at any bar. Great wings, great fish fry, can't say enough about this place...

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1  Thank Michael N
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Reviewed February 7, 2013

This place is across from the baseball stadium. We go there for lunch now and then. Wings are OK there are better in buffalo. The potato soup is there best dish...Very good but just a bit salty. Service has always been friendly and fast.

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Thank KennyJH
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Reviewed September 4, 2012

Right across the street from the baseball stadium, the Irish Times was convenient and delivered good value. We'd never had Buffalo wings in Buffalo, and so we ordered 50 medium hot wings for the five of us. They are different from the sorts of wings we'd had elsewhere, being authentically Buffalo-style, which is to say deep fried, with a simple butter and Tabasco sauce (not tomato paste or liquid smoke). I'd have to say that I like more complex sauces, but this was the real thing and the family loved the dish (medium was less hot than I might have expected, but you can add your own Tabasco). We washed it down with beer (Canadian brands seemed popular) and witha pitcher of Sprite. Nothing fancy. We missed Happy Hour, which looked like good value, but the whole meal came to £40 for a family of five. Service was friendly, thoughtful and fast. Would certainly return.

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1  Thank Joe C
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Reviewed August 7, 2012

This Irish pub has typical Buffalo bar food (hard to screw that up), but they also have homemade Irish potato soup that is packed with flavor! Good place for happy hour, too! Bartender and waitstaff are very friendly. Usually have good music playing.

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Thank Denean R
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