We stopped here late evening on a warm night for a quick bite. The host was a bit rough, but our waitress was a peach. The chicken tender appetizer was unique and good. Service was prompt. We would return for a full meal.
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Good variety of drinks and food. Portions are large. Think about this when ordering! You could share. We ordered potato skins stuffed with bacon and cheese. We were served 5 halves each of medium sized potatoes! Very tasty and after only having an aircraft meal...More
no doubt the best restaurant in Arlington hgts, it has so much to offer, very clean and so well managed by the owner Derek, peggys gives so much back to the community, always holding fundraisers for anyone that's needs one, go support this landmark in...More
My son and I stopped by to grab some late night eats. Our waitress Jeanne was fantastic and friendly. Huge selection of food to choose from.
Great Irish bar right in downtown Arlington Heights. Perfect for if you want a couple beers or are looking for a full dinner. Owner regularly there and is friendly as can be, very helpful staff and loved the giant pretzel app as well. Will be...More
Food very good and staff wonderful, atmosphere is like you were eating at a pub in Ireland. Only problem is parking they do not have their own lot. suggestion is park in municipal lot about a block away or if you are in walking distance...More
I have been here a few times and found the place to have a nice low key but fairly noisy environment. Waitresses are efficient and good natured. I've enjoyed several of the Irish entrees but the food is not so much the thing as the...More
Derek Hadley the True Irish Proprietor of Peggy Kinnane's Irish Restaurant and Pub offers up the Irish hospitality and fare, Irish pubs are famous for right here inArlington Heights, IL. Named for his mother, there was much thought put into the design and menu here....More
Figuring it to be a good Irish place, I ordered a black and tan and was served a glass of mud - the beers were mixed rather than the Guinness floating on the lager/pale ale. When I called the waiter out on it, he gave...More