You must try this place. Lydia and the others and even customers are friendly, kind, thoughtful which makes anything you order here that much better.
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Old school local neighborhood bar. Lots of friendly people, good beer, not so good wine, and good bar food. They have bands Thursday - Friday. Nice place.
This is a good local pub in Springfield. Went there after work with some colleagues for a few beers and a bite to eat. Plenty of parking off Morris Ave. This place has a bar which seems to be frequented by locals, plus 2 dining...More
Have been going visiting this restaurant for 4 years or so, but my last visit the service was poor and the food was bland. I don't know what changed, I know the ownership has changed but this is the first time the experience wasn't good....More
McLynns is a Springfield favorite of mine. Friendly and open, with good food and drinks. I hangout here after work about once a month or so with friends, and have had work parties here once in a while.
Friendly staff, friendly atmosphere . A place where " everyone knows your name". Pub menu, comes fresh and hot. Nice bar area with separate dining. Great family place.
My husband and I went for dinner last night. I had a burger and he had the pot pie which was supposed to be so good. Well the roll on the burger was falling apart in pieces while I was trying to eat it. It...More
We like hamburgers, fish and chips, shepherd's pie, broiled salmon, and other pubby standards that McLynn's does well. There are three rooms: bar, near dining room, far dining room; if you want to talk quietly, the far dining room is to be preferred, as the...More
I'd have to say that this place gets it. The food is always good. The specials change daily and the desserts are fresh. I usually grab a burger but I love the Chicken Pot Pie!! Oh and the kitchen stays open to a decent hour...More
If you're looking for good pub food, beer and live music on Saturdays - check out McLynns in downtown Springfield. Great local place that makes you feel warm and welcome as you belly-up to the bar.