Where do I start? This place isn't worth my time but I feel I must spread the word about it. It was on of the worst experiences I've ever had (service and food). I wrote a review about it on another website and have simply copy and pasted it here. Here goes nothing: My boyfriend and I picked this restaurant based on their menu and how it looked/sounded. The downstairs bar area was packed and had live entertainment. It seemed like it would be a fun place to have dinner and then drinks. We were "greeted" by an older hostess who was not cheery at all. The table was upstairs, right by the windows. Great view! It took the server (I believe her name was Sarah) about 10-15 minutes to come over. My boyfriend ordered the Guinness Pie and I ordered the halibut stuffed with lobster filling. I asked for mashed potatoes on the side and she said she didn't have them so I ordered a baked potato. She came back about 5 minutes later and said they were out of guinness pie. Then she came back about 10 minutes later and said they didn't have baked potatoes. So, I opted for the rice pilaf. WHAT IRISH PUB RUNS OUT OF THEIR "SIGNATURE GUINNESS PIE AND POTATOES?!? When my boyfriend's meal came out (he wound up getting the shepard's pie), it looked like crap with day old, dried mashed potatoes on top. (Thought they didn't have any? Not that I would want it after seeing them). Mine looked delicious but tasted like crap. The fish was not fresh and the lobster stuffing had about 3 TINY pieces of lobster and the rest was dried breadcrumbs that were red in color. The rice pilaf was bland and not cooked properly. The service was lousy. No refills. No,"how is everything?" And no "have a great night." Didn't want to give this place any more money, so we wasted over 50 bucks and went home. We were happy that we didn't get sick off of this stuff they call food.
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