Pub closed. Await opening of Mexican restaurant. Why do I need 100 characters to notify of closure?...
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We have been wanting to try out O'Reilly's for a while. Coupons came in a mailer so we decided check it out. We had our dinner, service was very slow and we weren't checked up on for any drink refills even though there were only...More
We have had numerous fish frys which are excellent and reubens which were great. Beer is good and the help very friendly and helpful. We go and eat at the pub weekly. Prices are very good in comparison with other restaurants
This is now called O'Reilly's Irish Pub, the former Stone Bank Inn which changed hands Jan, 2013. Only two former employees of Stone Bank are now working at the new pub. My wife and I heard that the Reuben sandwich was very good, so we...More
Sadly, they are not living up to their potential. We have tried three times since the new owners (who are not Irish) took over. We will not try again. It appears to us that there is great turnover in the servers and kitchen staff and...More
Went to check out the new "Pub". Awful, I hesitated to write a review at first as they had not been open that long and I am a local, always hoping this place will find its own and thrive , but seeing the reviews posted...More
Has a great selection of both domestic and micro-beers. Menu had a good selection and food was very good. Not extremely pricy for the area.
This is the first time I have had a fish fry at this restaurant,but believe me it won't be my last. This restaurant just went to the top of my list for a Wed. or Fri. fish fry. Got seated right away and while we...More
Always lookin for a better fish fry and I think I got a new favorite. We were greeted and seated with a big smile. Drinks were ordered , Big selection of tap beers , one of the few places I found Shock Top. Before we...More
The food was wonderful, I had the T-Bone and it was cooked perfect for my taste. The green beans on the side were fresh and cooked with scallots, they were the best green beans I've ever had. I even tried to rereate them at home...More