The three of us had a delightful lunch here last weekend. The beer was cold and the sandwiches were delicious. The service couldn't have been better and the other patrons seemed just as happy as we did.
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Food was average to below average. Service was stale. Food was quick and portions were pretty good per the price. Menu was cute and went perfectly with the Irish theme. Curb appeal was sweet. Nothing to write home to mom about.
So the intro may sound lackluster but this place has improved. I appreciate what they offer and they do it well. The great selection of real beers doesn't hurt and I appreciate the desire to expand seating options with the patio. There are many options,...More
This place has the potential to be really awesome however it is a hit or miss depending on who is working. Food can range from scrumptious to yuck depending on the cook. Just wish it was more consistent. Delicious wraps, Maytag chips are to die...More
We had dinner here two separate nights over a few days and were very happy both times. Our server (Jazz) was delightful, friendly, and attentive and offered suggestions for both appetizers and entrees. While this may not all be legitimate Irish food, there are enough...More
The food was just ok, the Sheperd's pie was not a true Sherperd's pie, it was just ok. My husband had a burger which was better. I was hoping for authentic Irish Food. Service was good and the cost moderate. It had a pub atmosphere...More
We came here during a stop in Douglasville. We wanted to sit on the outdoor patio but were disappointed that there is smoking out there.My husband had the corned beef which he said was very good and I had the french dip. Nothing outstanding but...More
Walked in on a Sunday at 5:15 - wasn't acknowledged by anyone. The two of us shrugged that off and sat down - assuming we'd be waited on. After 10 minutes of looking at the bartender (who could easily have said to the 2 waitresses,...More