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If this is an irish pub then its a first for me after living in Ireland for many years. Probably the worst ammbassadors for aireland. Music was so loud i couldnt even think. Went on a monday night, was quiet as of course its a...More
This was an absolutely fantastic Irish pub we visited as we were bimbling around this part of town and what a great find.
This has your typical Irish pub interior, great decor and furnishings including wood beer advertising barrel lids,all the Irish bric a brac...More
RUN AWAY FROM HERE!!!
It's absolutely not a restaurant, the food is coming directly from the freezer then from the microwave....
It's only a den for Eastern countries maffioso...
That's the worst moment of my life in a place named "restaurant"
Service was extremely rude and pushy the beer was flat and warm and they had the cheek of putting prices up during rugby and forcing people to buy a second drink immediately after finishing thr first something the boss apparently told them to do....they also...More
Worst place ever. Rude service. Workers were angry when a large group of people who wanted to watch a match on the main screen, instead of being jammed into a corner (there was no one watching the main screen). Then they started blasting Sean Paul...More
We went to Dubliners one night and we were the oldest people in the bar. We knew this coming into it, but it is more of an American exchange bar. Very fun, but pretty basic. Great place to go if you would like to speak...More