Typical Irish pub found in every country. Good selection of beers and whiskey. Great chips although menu features a lot of fried food. Would recommend.
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Went before a concert. Not crowded at all. Looked like 5-10 tables of people. Ordered fish and chips and a sandwich. Took FOREVER. Had to go find waitress to see when our food would arrive. She said, "soon". After another 5 minutes, average food arrived...More
I was in Austin on business and decided to try Fado's Irish Pub for dinner. Good location being walking distance from many of the downtown hotels. I arrived early in the evening about 6pm. The restaurant was still relatively quiet. I had made a reservation...More
OK, it's almost hidden but 'discoverable' and worth the effort. It's a real(ish) Irish Pub atmosphere with a menu to match. Fish and Chips please with a good Belgian wheat beer - then we discovered it's Friday BOGO so for two, $32.something. A bargain and...More
Located on 4th away from the zoo of 6th street-better suited to bit quieter experience in Austin. Still lively with plenty of the usual Irish beers and fare as well as live music. Solid night out here or good place to stop for a pint...More
After meeting my friend for lunch in the north part of Austin I decided to stop by and grab a drink before I headed home to San Antonio. I had recently returned from Dublin, Ireland and Prague, Czech Republic, so I was on the hunt...More
I've been an irregular regular to Fado's ever since they opened and no matter if I'm stopping by for a quick breakfast/brunch and a pint to watch the English Premiere League matches on a weekend morning (Saturday AND Sunday!) or as a stop off during...More