Nice Irish Pub, good food, great bar and my favorite fish and chips. Have a nice room upstairs for private parties
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We actually stopped in here by accident. We wanted to try the pizza place next door called Giordano's. They told us to go over to Curragh and we could order their pizza and eat it in the pub. Our waitress told us the deep dish...More
We have had more hits than misses and that is why we come back. Also we love the atmosphere of the place.
Really comfy, fun place. Ordered off their Winter Menu. Guinness Beef Stew Beef and sauce served in dish and on the side perfectly crisp on the outside and soft on the inside red potatoes. Delicious fresh vegetables sautéed but not overdone. Would highly recommend. Had...More
Our family visited the Curragh Irish Pub one evening for dinner, lured in by a good Groupon deal giving a discount on the food we ordered. The meals that we had were great, and the service and atmosphere fit the restaurant and everyone was very...More
Not very crowded on a Sunday afternoon and relatively quote atmosphere. Food was good and surprisingly broad menu. One of us had the Irish Stew which was plentiful and rich. The little house salad was even good, with a variety of veggies and lots of...More
We go here often for casual dining. They have the best corned beef whether it's on the Reuben sandwich or boxtie. Their Shepherds pie, fish and chips and Dublin burger always satisfies. A local family favorite for us when we have a taste for Irish...More