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Lunch was ok I guess portion size was small. Had items marked on the menu as gluten-free and then they wouldn't be gluten-free. They do not even serve fries. Needs a bit of improvement considering the competition in the area
Arrived into this pub after a concert in vicar street. Great atmosphere, friendly staff, good range of drinks. Karaoke was on when we arrived a gentleman was singing time to say goodbye. He was unbelievable, such a voice, really enjoyed this pub.
Typical old style Dublin Pub. Friendly staff and customers alike, it was warm and welcoming. It is long and narrow with nice old style wooden floors. Dart board in the back left hand side, and a few Tv's showing plenty of sports. There is food...More
Little beaut of a pub! Great pint, cheapest we came across in Dublin City, food is top quality and the Beef and Guinness Stew is superb! Staff are the friendliest people You can find in the area. Make this pub top of your list to...More
Came in here to meet friends on a Monday lunch time. Found the staff very unfriendly. Pint of Guinness wasn’t good, my friend had to stop drinking it and order something else. Found the atmosphere so uncomfortable we left and got coffee down the street.
Tom Kennedy’s bar (on a thursday afternoon) is like a communityhall.
The only music heard is from a small tv near the entrance. Besides the sounds of 80’s music channel, there’s a silence that kills your eardrums.