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Reviews by allengarvin:
3.93/5 rDev -4.6%
It's a typical "Irish" pub, with all the right touches, like a gazillion others all over the US designed by the Irish Pub Company--well-designed, quaint, cozy, with lots of dark hardwoods. A bit loud at night, but one great thing it has going for is it's smoke-free. The owner does a good part to support local Irish music as well as groups like the Dallas 1759 that gather at his pub, which adds a really nice friendly touch to the thing. Service can be a mixed bag. On a recent crowded night, I waited about 45 minutes for someone to come take my order for another beer. Other times, someone has been there soon every time I got down to a quarter glass full. It depends on the night and serving crew.
Draught beer selection is somewhat limited--about 12 items, and often they're out of one or two. Nothing really great on the lineup, but most of them are solid session choices. Selection in the bottle is very good, but prices are marked up a bit high for a night of drinking.
Decent selection of food, most of which is of high quality. The mussels are as tasty as at the Old Monk/Idle Rich, but a little pricey for the amount you get. The burgers are large and delicious. Fish and Chips are excellent. I liked the lamb curry a lot too. You expect to find curry in just about every pub these days in the UK, but it's uncommon to find it at UK-styled pubs in the US.
02-26-2007 03:41:50 | More by allengarvin
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