I have been in here a few times, and particularly during the summer, they do get hopping on weekend evenings, with lvie entertainment, if that 's your thing. I generally chose quieter times for a bite and a pint. The been selection was pretty decent. The menu I am less impressed with and would suggest the chef and manager use their imagination a little bit unless of course their aim is to be primarily a drinking establiishment that carries some food. On one visit I had a Reuben, and got a processed corned beef sandwich. I did not see sauerkraut nor any Thousand Island or Russian dressing. On a subsequent visit, I noted the menu had been changed (which does not mean improved), and they no longer indicated a Reuben, but did have a corned beef sandwich, which was essentially what I had the first time.
The place was definitely full on St Patrick's Day (with the same menu - no special that I saw), so I would suggest, fi you like Irish Pubs, give it a try.
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