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“Best food in town”

McGills Pint & Platter
Cuisines: American
Description: 719-689-2104
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Description: 719-689-2104
Reviewed 3 November 2013

We were here for two days and finally found a good meal. And tap beer to change it up. We wished we found this first because we saw other meals come out that looked good as well.

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Thank J S
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Reviewed 16 October 2013

Chef Ramsey came to this place a week before we did, said the steak sandwich was the best he'd ever had! We ordered it, so so good. The fries are great, it's an okay beer selection, but great atmosphere (especially if you like the sound of the casino in the background).

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Reviewed 13 October 2013

We only had burgers and beer here and they were good. The customer service is great and the diner provides a nice comfortable atmosphere.

Thank Rychedelic
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Reviewed 29 September 2013 via mobile

We visited today for the first and last time. The restaurant is billed as an Irish pub and has quite a few Irish-style menu items. I had the lamb sliders (lamb, grilled onions, provolone) and Harp beer cheese soup. My husband had the Guiness fish and chips. We both had beer on tap- Fat Tire for hm and Guiness for me. None of the food was particularly flavorful. The lamb sliders were ok, but not served very warm and probably had been sitting a while- the cheese had melted but was well on its way to being resolidifyed, and the pickles and lettuce on the side were limp, which was surprising because there weren't many people in the restaurant. The fish and chips were bland and chewy-not crispy. The beer cheese soup could very well have been made with Velveeta, and there were grisly tiny bits of ham in it. Lastly, while the Fat Tire was fine, the Guiness may have either been old or watered in some way- it tasted really thin and wasn't like what I expect with Guiness. Service was slow and less than attentive. Won't be going back.

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Reviewed 18 June 2013

The service was average. The meal was breakfast and just OK. The kitchen staff both mornings were loud and yelling at times. That is my main complaint. This is shows lack of management oversight. The decor is tasteful. We were staying at the associated hotel and found the place convenient for breakfast. Have no thoughts of going back.

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