Like the food. We had burgers which were very good. Server was not very attentive and didn't check in to see if we needed anything.
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Despite being very busy managed to get a table upstairs, service was slightly on the slow side but when the food arrived all of that was forgotten. All dishes ordered were extremely appetising and were complimented admirably by the house wine. Would I visit again...More
It's a rather large pub, with a nice character, friendly staff (although a bit slow) and good quality food
A bar with a history - almost 300 years old. Sat at the bar and ordered the crabcakes (skip 'em) and wings (bingo!). Slow service and poor draught selection, so we will not return. Early on there was trad music but we couldn't sit close...More
Excellent cuisine and hospitality. Topped off with enjoyable Irish music. Service excellent. Great evening in Ennis.
Just had a great night , local people very friendly , enjoyable ,relaxing bar. Also I felt part of the "craic" and I haven't enjoyed myself like this for ages.
I had a wonderful time as I am from Ennis ,love the food and shops ,as they hove some of the best clothes shops I have visited .The food tastes fantastic and the locals are very welcoming .
Its just another boring Irish pub full of alcohol soaked weirdos who think a good night can be counted on how many pints they can down before getting inebriated. I am not a drinker so judge for yourself.
Good atmosphere and nice place to go for a drink. Very popular with people who like alternative music. Dark interior but this adds to the atmosphere
A roaring fire. A perfectly pulled pint of Guinness. An attentive a friendly batman and owner. A bar full of genuine people having a genuinely great and happy time. We went on a Sunday night so the more lively back bar wasn't open, so can't...More