We chose the Blarney Stone for bite to eat a little later in the evening that usual. We had been to a restaurant in Onancock the night before and saw the pub from across the street and figured at 9:00 p.m. in this quiet part of the Eastern Shore it was probably one of the few places that would still be serving food.
Upon entering we were greeted with the music of a one man band playing Irish music (it was 2 days before St. Patrick's Day). It was little loud, so we opted for the table farthest away. The people sitting right next to him, though, were thoroughly enjoying themselves. He actually finished shortly after we arrived.
We ordered a drink and buffalo chicken wings and a quesadilla. Everything was delivered promptly and the food was good, although the quesadilla was a bit bland but with the accompanying salsa it perked right up. Overall a good place to go for a casual bite to eat.
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