Very busy during warm weather seasons. I haven't tried the food and the Drinks are OK. Classic Irish Pub
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I was looking for a place to have dinner with friends before a show at the Count Basie. There are a lot of choices for restaurants in Red Bank, but a lot of them are pretty pricey. I happened to find the Dublin House and...More
Stopped in here during a shopping spree and had a couple beers on Saint Patrick’s Day Eve, it was packed full of locals and super friendly people loved the bar and the staff would definitely go back and maybe try some food everything looked 😋
If you took away the tv, this pub reminded us of our favorite pub in London. We ate lunch: portobello mushroom burger - fantastic & the scallop special. Both tasted great: cooked perfectly & exceeded our expectations. We will definitely return here!
So, trying to get anywhere at rush hour, just parlays the food till after the event. Dublin House is only a couple blocks from the Count Basie Theatre, and it's worth the walk. Even on a colder night. Seafood was good, and so was the...More
Had a very enjoyable evening before heading to Count Basie Theater. Bar was hopping this Friday night and nice to see the proper Guiness pours in the bar. Dinner seating upstairs was comfortable. The House Sampler appetizer was plenty for 4 people to share. The...More
Nice place for a get together. My shepherd’s pie was excellent. My friend’s chicken curry so so. Some of the food around the table was hit or miss. Appetizers were so so at best. Chicken fingers and sampler. Good prices though.
Without a doubt if you love beer and Draft beer this is doubly for you .Some of the best tasting draft beers I've ever had .And the vibe is so Irish pub Style ,It's great for English soccer games early mornings for English breakfast .On...More
My husband and I had lunch here and it was so bad! The corn beef sandwich was awful. The corn beef was as dry as paper and tasteless; the rye bread also tasteless. The hamburger tasted funny and not good. Awful lunch!
Very relaxing afternoon enjoying Dublin House’s bar while watching the world go by on Monmouth Street. Good lunch menu too including a few Irish specialties. Service was only ok, but everything else made up for it (seemed like waitress was only in low gear and...More