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Wanted to try something a little different then the normal pizza, hot dogs and fries that are usually offered. We saw a man standing on the boardwalk with a board advertising for the Irish Pub. They had dinner specials for $9. My group and I...More
Typical Irish Pub… Really nice place and friendly staff. You can get there from the boardwalk. For those on a bike, we rode our bikes from the Tropicana on the boardwalk all the way there, it took about 7 minutes.
I wanted to try the Irish pub and finally got around to it bartenders were nice we ordered sandwiches I had liver wurst with onions on rye it was great who knew :) if this bar was in my area I would frequent
My husband and I experienced this pub a few years back on St. Pattys Day. It was packed. Filled with fun, celebration, and beer. Although, our most recent visit on Sept 19, 2014 was a weeknight at 11:30. There were a few groups of younger...More
I read every review on this page and cannot understand why some expect the Ritz when booking there. If you are looking for quaint Victorian style atmosphere, you will find it here. There is a reason that there is no TV or air conditioning. The...More
Response from Crazy2Ski | Reviewed this property |
No, the rooms do not have air conditioning. However, due to the proximity of the location, usually there is a nice breeze off the ocean. Conversely, the Inn portion of the pub does not have heat either. Consequently, that... More
No, the rooms do not have air conditioning. However, due to the proximity of the location, usually there is a nice breeze off the ocean. Conversely, the Inn portion of the pub does not have heat either. Consequently, that is one of the reasons the Inn operates only during late spring, summer, and closes in the fall.
Regardless, if you are interested in history, and want to get a feel of how travelers experienced Atlantic City 100 years ago, it is worth staying there. Can't beat the price, and I've always had a great experience every time I've been there.