Had lunch with 40 golfing friends. Service was great and good selection to choose food. Good selections of beer to satisfy all. Soup and Half a sandwich was sufficient.
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We found this place by accident. We had been on the freeway and got off to let our dog get some exercise. We spotted this restaurant and decided to have lunch. Our waitress, Diedre, realuzed we were in a hurry when another employee mentionwd to...More
Not in a location you would expect to find a restaurant/bar. Exterior doesn't look like much, but inside is quite nice. Nice booths, tables and decor. Restaurant is bigger than I thought based on other reviews. Bar only seats about 10 (Not a sports bar-1...More
We ate supper at Greenisland Irish pub this past weekend. All in all it was pretty good. The portions are huge, and the food is true to its Irish roots. I will say that the very tasty cabbage did also have the effect of drano...More
You can't have a St. Patty's Day without a corned beef sandwich! The corned beef was lean and the sides delish! Even for a very busy evening, we scored seats at the bar and decided it was better to eat there than wait for a...More
This little hideaway restaurant is a great place to visit. The cod fish dinner is nicely done. Lightly crusted and flaky inside. Steak fries are good and not greasy. Good cole slaw also. Corned beef dinner or sandwich very good as are the appetizer Reuben...More
Traditional Irish dishes - corned beef everywhere! Like potatoes or cheese? Your in the right spot! Haven't heard Danny Boy since March 17th - no worries, you'll hear it hear, maybe even played on the piano by the owner. Be prepared to discuss what County...More
My son and I went. We are, talked, got filled. It simply tasted good. I'd suggest it to any American Irish who wants a taste of their heritage. It's totally Iridh in the fact it's unasuming and what it "looks" like. An honest taste, with...More
Very home atmosphere. You could tell that the waitress and owner knew a lot of the clients. Our waitress was very attentive. Food was excellent. Tables a little too close together . Parking is really poor be prepared to street park.
This small restaurant never fails to make you feel good and provide a hearty and delicious meal. Staff is thoughtful and sweet. Decor is simple but cozy and inviting. Shepherd;s pie has real beef and not ground beef and a great layer of cheese. Enjoy...More