A shame that this pub which started out so well went down hill. The food quality wasn't worth the price, which kept increasing. I stopped going there after my January 2015 visit.
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was excellent! now closed!! This was a very homey place, food was excellent Irish true! all employees were friendly. cold beer intimate corners quite place.
We visited Irish Times for the first time a couple of years ago on St. Patrick's Day which was not a good idea. Since it was my birthday, that was my restaurant of choice for lunch. St. Patrick's Day was on a Saturday that year...More
We went there as a family last week really kind of a hole in the wall place but people were absolutely great and the food was outstanding we got there at about 6:00 p.m. and had a very nice dinner as we were there they...More
Love the Irish atmosphere and have dined here several times. We enjoy it for a change from everyday American food. And, this is the first place I have dined that knows how to properly serve hot tea :)
If you have drank beer at bars for any appreciable amount of time in your life the first thing you will notice is their "20 oz" beer comes in a 16-17 oz glass and their "pint" comes in a 12-13 oz glass. All of the...More
We were in town visiting family due to funeral, and we were lucky to happen on this restaurant. it was charming Irish decor, and very welcoming. the manager was very attentive and the food was very good. nice menu selection, great bar selection. our waitress...More
This was a wonderful place to eat with awesome food. Me and my friend got the Irish spring rolls as a appetizer and they come with a tasty sweet chili dipping sauce. Worth a try I don't even care for cabbage but these are so...More
Cool place to hang out and have some "pub grub." They also serve good steaks, chicken, fish and salads, for those not wanting the typical "Irish fare." They have a wide variety of alcoholic beverages and they also offer live music, usually on weekends.