We visit this little pub when ever we are in town. Friendly staff and amazing Guinness. Can't go wrong here stopping off for a drink.
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First time in Wilmington for the week and was told slainte could be a decent place for a pricey yet decent drink. It's literally a 5 minute walk from my office. I walked by on a Thursday night and it seemed empty and quiet, something...More
To clarify my title, I work for the wholesaler/broker that represents Jameson. This bar, with a "fire code" capacity of 48 people, sells more Jameson than any bar along the east coast (including Boston). That doesn't make it a great bar, but it's still pretty...More
Back from the beach and starved, we stopped in for a quick snack. The Irish cannonballs are mashed potatoes on steroids- so good! Reuben egg rolls were meh- I think maybe because I like egg rolls and I like Reuben's, but together it just gets...More
My husband and I always wanted to try some Irish food so we went to Slainte's and what a great experience. My husband had the sheppards pie which was awesome very authentic and I had the cornbeef and cabbage which was just terrific never had...More
Best Long Island around these parts. (Don't tell them I told ya.. I'm sure they hate making them lol) Price is a few dollars more than local joints nearby. Husband is Scottish so this is his favorite DT since it is closest to home. They...More
If you enjoy a casual drink like myself, you can find a friendly atmosphere with a wide selection of beverages to meet your desires.
Stopped in for a quick nite cap before calling it an evening. Total of four people in the place including e bartender. We made it six. The three patrons that were already there were pretty well intoxicated. Place was dirty with empty bottles and pint...More
Food just OK, not special, sometime service good sometimes bad, not very dependable on anything, have tried a few things and nothing is special or outstanding
Had dinner at Slainte Irish Pub with family from the area while visiting Wilmington. The atmosphere is typical of most Irish American pubs, nothing really made it stand out but it was good nonetheless. The fare is pub food with a focus on Irish and...More