Service can be a little slow. The menu is as expected from an Irish pub, but generally OK. One goes there to drink more than eat.
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The food is good enough, and the selection of beers and spirits is betterthan many bars. To call the pub Irish is as stretch of the imagination... They don't even pronounce their name in a true Irish way (Cruh-GEENS). I guess some woodwork stripped from...More
The restaurant was very accommodating to our party of 10. We had our own little closed off room. The waitress Tara was AMAZING!!! She never wrote any of our orders down and remembered 10 different drink and food orders. The loaded fries and Sheppards Pie...More
Stopped in Sunday evening (open until midnight on Sunday). Great Irish stew & huge selection of beer. They were out of mint for mojitos. Decor & atmosphere this expect from an Irish pub. Only downside... restrooms are in state of disrepair & probably the dirtiest...More
Stopped by here after Flyway brewery was closing. Surprised by the great selection of beers on tap. Service was great. Did not experience the food so I can't go to 5 stars. Open till 0200 and crowd was friendly even on a Saturday into Sunday...More
Had dinner there on a Saturday. It felt like a proper pub: dark wood paneling "snugs" (after a fashion) and a great selection of beers and whiskys. We had the Signature Rueben sandwich and the Southwest Chicken Wrap. Not traditional Irish fare but very good....More
My wife and I had dinner at Cregeen's recently and were impressed. I had the Irish Dip and my wife had the Southwestern Chicken Wrap. Both were very good. Service was good and attentive. Guinness was very good.