Great atmosphere outside, a little dark inside. Food is above average. The real draw is that old school Irish pub feel.
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Drinks are good food is fair parking sucks. If you don't get there early enough you have to go through the valet and even they run out of parking spots in the small parking lotMore
Hi, Thanks for visiting! I just wanted to add that although on-site self parking and even our complimentary valet service is limited, we do always have overflow parking at The Miami Showmen's Association, a very large parking lot just half a block to our west....More
Stopped in for lunch had the bangers and mash and wife got the Sheppard pie. Both meals were very good. Started with the Irish potato soup that the most creamy soup I have ever eaten. This location was close to our hotel and provided a...More
The field is one of my favorite and one of the best Irish restaurant around. As I enter, the band is playing Irish music inside, the restaurant is divided into multiple room just like the different rooms of a house. All the rooms are filed...More
Neat and interesting ambiance. Lots of parking spaces in their lot. I ordered the Irish stew. It was very flavorful with chucks of tender lamb, although this entrée was a bit too salty for me. The meal came out of the kitchen within scant minutes...More
I went in the afternoon to eat with my family. We had a table in the terrace which was really nice. The girl of the service was super friendly. I order a burger which was actually really good, I loved the fries as well. The...More
Been going here for years. shephard's pie, fish & chips, bangars & mash. Great salad, comfortable setting, happy servers, My husband loves their cold beer. while I love their mixed drinks (no chintzing here). As a retired couple, we eat out a lot and Dania...More
Our family decided to try this place, as it was close, and we weren't disappointed. The atmosphere was jovial, and our waitress was great! They had specials (including house wine!) that were delicious!
Sheppard's pie, lamb stew, cabbage rolls to name a few. Quaint setting with live music. outdoor dining is comfortable. Inside is everything you would expect if you stumbled in a pub of Ireland. Servers have always been nice. Drinks are reasonable. Good food and a...More