The menu was traditional Irish. Service was good and atmosphere was what you would have expected for an Irish Pub. My wife loves the fish and chips. I had the Cuban Rueben and it was OK but nothing special.
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We visited Doherty's on a Saturday evening and found two seats at the bar. This was not our first visit, and won't be our last. The bartenders were extremely busy with guests at the bar and preparing drinks for servers. However, they were very attentive...More
Good service, but average food. Prices are a little high for the quality and location. The best food is the baileys mousse dessert.
We went for Restaurant Week and the value was excellent. Food was very good, especially the deserts. We had chocolate moose and bread pudding and I'd recommend either/both! It seems that most everything is made in house. We'll be back...
Great food and always friendly service. A lot of interesting and tastefully done items on the menu. The bar has great tasting beers, wines and drinks to suit all taste.
Even without a reservation on a busy weekend night we were seated in just a few minutes. The staff is always great and the food wonderful. I had the Mac and cheese with brisket and it’s too much for one sitting! I did it anyway!...More
I have eaten at Dougherty's many times. The food is exceptional; it is clear the food is not purchased frozen and reheated. The salad are especially good. You can pay a bit extra to have a salad as a side, but it is a difficult...More
Had a nice lunch and the food was good. The boxty was good and they also offered a traditional Irish breakfast. Next time!