We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Just to let everybody know that Rosie O Gradys is no more, they closed their doors to a packed pub on Wednesday 12 June 2017, the property developers have now taken over, I had urged people to visit it, as I found it a great...More
Went to this pub it was excellent... staff were so lovely and very accommodating couldn't do enough for us ..we had a few meals here was fantastic couldnt fault it we were here on holiday from Scotland will definately be back
Greasy, poor quality food, poor service and a bad atmosphere (smell). Toilets are disgusting. It seems to be a bog-man's pub. Very few people in there. Just a few old men staring into their Guinness glasses dreaming about life on the farm, back in the...More
Had not been in this pub but decided to give it a try . Ordered off the evening menu , burger and chips . Been honest , I would have cooked better myself and I am not a great cook . This place lacks character...More
Went in for Sunday lunch had one drink and found a weird smell which put us off our lunch, it has gone downhill a bit. They had a big screen for the football ok, maybe should open windows and let some fresh air in to...More
What a pub, restaurant, oasis of calm in a busy world, I lunch there at least once a week today steak cooked to order, onions, mashed potatoes carrots, broccoli, all for a tenner, try beating that price anywhere in Dublin, and free secure car parking...More
Ate here recently with an online deal. The deal was such good value (2 steak dinners and a bottle of wine for €25) we didn't know what to expect with the quality of food. We were absolutely delighted with the food, great steak cooked to...More