Just off the waterfront. Right by the fire engine tour and boat tours. Great bar. Good selection of ales. Food looked good and great value. 2 lobster rolls and fries 16 dollars. Cheapest I've seen so far. Staff were nice.
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This is the second season my company is offering culinary tours in Portland and we couldn't be more thrilled with the hospitality we receive at Gritty's. Our guests especially enjoy Troy's presentation on the local craft beers and the delicious homemade chips made from ME...More
We didnt do our research on where to eat lunch, and just popped in the door. What a delight. Truly a great pub with atmosphere and lots of great beer choices. My wife had a gluten free burger and I splurged with the Lobster Mac...More
French fries were cold, limp and greasy. Food is adequate if you are starving. Servers were polite on the outside but angry on the inside. The only smile was when we were handed the check. Beer selection ok.
About to enter a restaurant a few blocks away, I asked the group exiting about it and an individual from Portland said his favorite pub for good food and great beer was Gritty McDuffs. He was right. Seating was prompt and without a wait on...More
We had some late business in Portland on 8/20, and wanted to have dinner somewhere in town, but most had already stopped serving for the evening. We started walking around and checking posted menus when we turned down an historic cobble stoned alley and discovered...More
Have eaten here before & stopped for drinks. Waitress was agonizingly slow for every step of the encounter except picking up the payment. This was at 3:00 in the afternoon & the restaurant was not the least bit crowded.
Went here for a beer and a appetizer. Beer was ok, pub style and for my second beer I had vacationland. They were good, but not exciting. I think gritty' s is about tradition rather than exciting and new. The appetizer we ordered were fried...More