O'Donold's Irish Pub & Grill
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Reviews by Rhynes2:
3.1/5 rDev -13.4%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 2 | food: 2.5 | $$
It's a pretty average bar. Good to kill a few hours with your friends who are not that into craft brews. I hate to not leave a lot of details but this is just an average bar in an average/getting smaller town. Service was good. Our food is normally out in decent time and that stands even if it was a fairly busy night for the bar. Food is good too. No standout "bar specialties" but your regular bar food is pretty solid. Not too much stands out about this joint, but if your not looking for a way out there, exotic bar, it's really an alright place.
10-08-2008 14:25:23 | More by Rhynes2
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4.05/5 rDev +13.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4.5 | $
If you are looking for a 20 handle beer bar, this is not it. O'Donold's has just enough craft beers on tap to get you thru a nice lunch, dinner, or a hour or two with some friends. The atmosphere is typical of the "We're an Irish Pub" theme, but there is a nice old-time wooden bar & backsplash with the typical advertising signs and Irishwhatchamacallems. Wooden booths line one wall, or you can adjourn to a less noisy side room. If you're game, there are some gaming options and a digital jukebox.
You will probably have around 5 or so craft and/or imports to choose from, plus a selection of about 20-30 bottles, with 10 or so of them of the import genre. The craft beer of note on tap was a Great Lakes (Conway Irish Ale this time) along with some imports like Smithwick, Guiness, etc. They offer Blue Moon on tap if you enjoy witbiers (I do, and highly recommend the tapped version over the bottle)
The service has been excellent & very friendly when I have been there, either being waited on with family or served alone at the bar. The food is very good. I recommend the Rueben with pub chips (the pub chips are a house specialty and can be ordered alone - would be a great snack while sessioning). One unusual item on the menu is the "Boxty", which they claim is a Irish novelty. Its basically a potato crepe-like wrap filled with a variety of offerings. It was very good, but you better be hungry when you order it!
I have always had a very enjoyable/fun experience & good time when I have been there (usually on a weekend afternoon, I hear the place gets rockin' in the evenings) and look forward to more of these in the future.
05-12-2005 23:47:32 | More by BuckSpin
O'Donold's Irish Pub & Grill in Warren, OH
- out of 100 based on 2 ratings.