You know it’s a good bar when the bartender asks if you would like Bushmills, Bushmills 10 or Jameson in your Irish coffee. It was a good coffee, very welcome at 10 degrees.
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We all liked the food, service and atmosphere. My husband had the bangers and mash and thought it was very good, just not enough for him. My daughter and I loved our corned beef selections. We had a very attentive server.
The other night after a show a friend and I decided to go to an Irish Pub. Sadly, Keegan's was the one we decided upon. Although the place is comfortable, big disappointment in the fish and chips. As a Canadian and an English grandfather who...More
The food and beer selection are good. There is an outside covered patio as well in the back. Plenty of board games to keep everyone busy.
Great little Irish pub across the river from downtown. Doesn't get the glamour of "The Local" or "Kieran's" but you won't have to fight the obnoxious crowds or pay for parking! Good food (I love their corned beef sandwich-best in town) and the standard selection...More
Food not worth the time service was OK, but then we were the only table in the restaurant for lunch. Maybe that should have been a clue
A real Irish Bar imported from Ireland, Irish music on Sunday afternoon & evening. Located just a short walk from downtown Minneapolis. There is an interesting mix of people, a library of Irish, Scottish & Celtic books. I tasted my first blueberry beer here, it...More
In looking for a bite between films at the amazing Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival, we discovered Keegan's, just a short walk away. Being a Sunday night, there was a wonderful ensemble of musicians playing Irish tunes which really added to the authentic Irish...More
Keegan's was the only show in the area for quite some time but it's good to see they keep a healthy crowd still with JL Beers and New Bohemia bookending them. I stopped in for a beer and my Lift Bridge that was suppose to...More