We were in here around 6pm on St Patrick's Day - so it was packed! We were lucky and managed to get a seat at the bar downstairs, and there is a big outdoor area out the back there. We probably didn't get the opportunity to soak up the historical atmosphere of the place as it was just so full of young, and rather drunk, people. But there is no doubt that this is a beautiful building in a great location. Staff were super professional despite being absolutely run off their feet - a total credit to the place. Food was also being fired out upstairs - I hope all the people working here get a breather this week!
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