And I did, by raising a pint as we perused our lunch menus.
We chose this restaurant because both of us have a fondness for Irish food: colcannon and champ, boxty, boiled bacon and cabbage, soda bread. You name it, we've probably sampled it at one time or another. In addition, we'd heard and read good things about it.
I sipped my ale and we scanned the several choices for appetizers and lunch. My wife chose to have a cup of the Guinness stew and I settled on a cup of the roasted red pepper and tomato soup. Both were excellent. Hot (temp, not spice) and chock-a-block full of flavors. Good start.
We were not rushed. Our server paid attention and when we were finished with these our entrées arrived. Shepherd's pie (a double layer of potatoes encasing tender, tasty lamb) for my wife; a Cornish miner's pasty for me (okay, this isn't Irish but I couldn't resist. We couldn't have been more pleased. These were authentic and well-crafted.
An excellent lunch upon our arrival in Great Falls. It gets our highest recommendation.
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