Great irish food. Eclectic atmosphere makes you feel welcome and comfortable. Worth trying because you will come back.
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Very noisy. Almost impossible to have a conversation. Greeted by a greasy menu that had not been cleaned in some time and general lack of cleanliness. The lamb shank was served with vegetables and barley that had been cut in a food processor and were...More
Stopped in for lunch on a Sunday afternoon. My husband heard the food was very good. I got the Shepard's pie. It was the best I ever had. My husband got a barbequed short rib sandwich. He loved it. We started with cornbeef hashcakes. Very...More
I don't love the menu, but their fish and chips, their hamburger, and their caesar salad are all good. My husband likes their finnan haddie. Sometimes pretty loud in there.
It would be great if the bartenders were friendly- Alan and Michele do not give you the time of day. You can sit at the bar for a good 15 minutes before they even acknowledge you.
traditional pub offerings in a nice open setting provides for a good night of entertainment. Great bar area with live Irish type music.The food is good but not great.
The food here was good (average) but the noise level is so high, that if you're here to talk with people at your table, you cannot. It's a fun place to go and hang out, but not to talk. Music is fun.
Real, Authentic Irish bar south of Boston. Great staff, live music most nights, great Sunday brunch and a deck when the weather is good, all right in Norwell center. You must check out open mic night on Tuesdays, and Sunday Brunch. Only downside is it's...More