My husband and I stopped in for lunch on a Saturday...he always likes wander into Irish pubs if ever we happen by one, and this feels like the real deal!!! High, tin ceilings...authentic Irish "artifacts" and objects on the walls, beautiful old bar. Great atmosphere. But what impressed us the most of how we were personally and warmly greeted by the owner himself, and made to feel at home the entire time. The waitress was very friendly and efficient. The owner himself stopped by a couple times to make sure that everything was to our liking, and he even added some tales from when he visited his homeland of Ireland. (Be sure to ask him how he learned to pour a Guinness, if you see him!) :)
The food was excellent. This is not run of the mill blah "Americanized" Irish fare....it was homemade, fresh, and fantastic! I tried the fish and chips.....I am not usually a fried fish person, because of the grease. THIS fish I had to try, because instead of deep-fat frying, they use an "air" fryer. There was a delicate coating on it with good flavor, but no GREASE! You could actually taste the fish! I got the two piece, which was served with French fries, sweet potato fries, and a couple of onion rings. Homemade tartar sauce. Just right. My husband is a huge Shepherd's pie fan and always orders it when finding a new pub. (I think on their menu it is called the "Galway Pot Pie", if I'm not mistaken) The flavor was wonderful. Obviously made from scratch. Really, really good.
We will absolutely be returning...thank you for the warm and friendly experience, and wonderful food!