Maybe it’s a local mainstay, but I don’t get what keeps people coming back here. The food is very average, though I guess the drink specials are decent. This is a place where I’ll tag along, but never my first choice.
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I went for the Friday fish fry. As others have said this is a box in a box - the bar being the inner box, the restaurant (tables) surrounding the bar. The fish (haddock) was nice white flakey (in a good way) and battered and...More
I have been going here for 20 years and each time the owner changes it gets a little worse. The name is now Finn's Tap Room and Party House and the menu is different. Very limited selection. The staff are nice but some are very...More
The room is an open area with a bar in the middle as you enter. With this type of set up, I can only imagine the noise level if it were busy. Fortunately it was not busy during the week. Staff friendly and welcoming. There...More
Has an Irish theme but I would not consider it really authentic. Nevertheless the food was good and a wide selection. Had the Shepherd's pic which was delicious but was missing the traditional peas. the beer was cold and they had a selection of local...More
Have been here 4 times since new owners and name change. I think they must have a new chef and the food is terrific. I've had the chicken marsala (2 times) grilled salmon (loved it) and corned beef and cabbage (St Patrick's day celebration). When...More
Have eaten here often and food is wonderful. The various soups are one of my favorite options. Often have beer-battered fish fries as well as grilled --- both delicious. The place is always busy with a large bar, but there is plenty of seating for...More
new offerings were mostly fried, but good for all who attended. Specialty dishes were really good. Could use more choices for dinner.