Split the boneless chicken wings and their specialty, Crispy Almond Chicken. Both were very good but the honey calliano cream sauce was amazing!! Chicken noodle soup was very good. Pizza was not great, crust was soft andd flavor below average.
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Not recommended. "Lock your valuables in your trunk." + Great Sysco fries + Rye IPA quite good - Winco flatware. Mismatched flatware - Paper napkins - Slow service only customers and we were the only customers. - Burger overcooked. Gristle in beef - Ton of...More
Thought I'd try another Branch of Owen O'Leary's after my great meal at the Westborough Branch. Our Meals were amazing, freshly prepared, fresh, gredt service and amazing beers selection. We will he back :-) top place. :-)
This is a neighborhood restaurant and bar. It's on our short list of favorites, my wife and I. The regular menu is "good food at a good price." And the beer is craft-brewed in the next town (at Owen's Westboro location.) It's really good. But...More
Whenever we are in the area we dine at O'leary's because they have a 3 course dinner for $9.95 on Wed. and Sunday. You are always seated quickly and have several choices avalable for the special. The baked fish was delishous served with a choice...More
This restaurant is clearly well known among the locals as the lot was completely full. We had burgers, which were delicious and fries. The burger was huge and not very expensive. I would recommend this restaurant to anyone traveling the area. One word of caution...More
Owen O'Leary's is definitely underrated, as it is actually quite good. The food is flavorful, the portions are large, and the service is great. The atmosphere is a sort of "Cheers" vibe. The restaurant could use a few updates, however I feel that they are...More
Just like any 99 Restaurant, with standard sandwiches, salads, and fair-to-middlin' entrees. Big bar scene for area workers, also just like every 99, but beer and drinks are just OK. No special character is spite of the cutesy Irish name.