Worst experience ever. Dirty dishes and drink everywhere, Staff doing shots to what looked like underaged drinkers. Very disappointed never going back
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Stopped by for dinner on a Monday evening; sat outside. Very empty...lots of restaurants in Madison closed on Monday nights....Menu seemed a bit limited. ordered calm chowdah (!) and a kale greens salad. Both were quite good, staff was good and minimal wait to be...More
This may be the least "Irish looking" Irish pub I've ever visited. But there is an excellent selection of whiskey, whether Irish, Scotch or Bourbon, very good food, properly poured pints, and a comfortable atmosphere that is very "Irish feeling".
This is a fun spot to enjoy Madison's amazing summer weather (on the patio) or to warm up on a cold winters day. The lobster mac-and-cheese as well as the fish and chips were both tasty (if not low-calorie) and the service was great.
Great food and Irish ale and Stout. Very friendly staff. I just returned from Ireland and was eager to compare this place. Very good. Definitely recomment it.
This place is a real treat. The decor and the ambience are well done. I've been to Ireland twice. The food is excellent and the service is cordial.
I do not live in Madison. We arrrived at 4PM for our dinner reservation after UW Madison graduation on May 13. I was not impressed by the menu to begin with. but chose the fish and chips. Our table for 8 was upstairs along with...More
I have been looking forward to stopping it to see the newly remodeled Brocach on the square for awhile now and finally was able to last weekend. The interior atmosphere is wonderful and looks really nice. Overall, my experience was great. The staff and new...More
We were a party of 4 and each really enjoyed our meals. Good food, good service, great variety. We will be back.
Have been to Brocach several times over the years, usually for lunch. While I am not an expert on Irish food, I am pretty familiar with it and this place gets close authentic. The atmosphere is great, giving you the "I'm in Ireland" feeling, (Yes,...More