Stopped in on a Sunday afternoon and had a great time. Didn't try the food, but sat at the bar and threw back some PBRs as well as a couple Irish Car Bombs. Good time was had by all!! Kaboom!!!
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My wife and I stopped by Claddagh’s before the Louisville – Purdue game over Labor Day weekend. Upon arriving, we were asked if we had a reservation. We never dreamed a bar would require one. We answered no but got lucky as they had one...More
It looks like a real Irish pub. I took advantage of their $4 mimosa special on Sunday. We had the fish and chips. They were good, but not like the ones I had in Ireland. It's hard to get close in the Midwest. Have a...More
The food was typical for Irish food prepared/served in the US. I have to admit a certain bias: I have dined in Dublin, so any comparison would be unfair to this pub restaurant. We dined here on a Sunday game day. The drink specials were...More
We went here thinking we would find a Rueben or some other Irish food. Ended up getting a club which was just ok. The house chips lacked a little flavor but the atmosphere was good and the wait staff was great.
Great food and service. We were a group of 34 and the waitress's were able to take good care of all of us. Very attentive even changed the TV so we could watch the replay of the INDY 500.
Had a party for co-workers and some special guests the evening before St. Patrick's Day. We were set up in the Library Room and had a dedicated server. Our guests ate pre-ordered appetizers and then ordered dinner off the menu. Service was great. Super space...More
We stayed almost directly across the street at the Homewood Suites during Indy 500/Memorial Day weekend. We arrived after 7:00 pm Saturday night, so wanted to get some comfort food. We had researched Kilroy's, a few door down from the hotel, but on a Saturday...More
Generally, I'm not one to complain or even write a negative review about places where we eat, sleep or visit. But the Claddagh Irish Pub experience I had yesterday in Indianapolis forces me to switch gears and tell it like it was. This was a...More