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3.6/5 rDev +5.6%
Some of the best fish-n-grits in Charleston, SC. Not much to offer brew-wise.
Lots of eye candy walking around as to the waitress/hostess staff.
Quality is good, a for the food, beer quality, well on to selection.
The selection for beer is not exceeding my expectations. THey must have a reason for not offerng a whole lot of good choices.
The food is very good, and the atmosphere is conducive to a memorable time with friends. I remember my last time there more than 1.5 years ago as if it were yesterday,
Check it out, pregame, and bring your wallet as the menu is somewhat expensive.
07-17-2011 14:09:18 | More by gatorbreath
2.98/5 rDev -12.6%
Been awhile, but this was one of the first 'irish pubs' I went into in my wee years.
Located in a beautiful part of Charleston, gets a non beer centric crowd for the most part. Some old school Guinness guys, lots of tourists etc. . . but overall, very popular. Extra half point for the cool patio. Good food every time I've been there. Shephard's pie = excellent.
Beer selection was appallingly pedestrian, nothing beyond what you could find at the Piggly Wiggly down the street. This place would be a lot cooler if they just diversified their selection, just a tad. Its not like they are doing the 100% authentic thing, so why not expand your horizons?
04-26-2011 18:44:03 | More by Beerandraiderfan
3.63/5 rDev +6.5%
As has been said before, Tommy's is in the uber touristy Market area of Charleston. It is a pretty cool joint, though, an old brick building with wood floors and wooden tables. Very old school feel. The beers are kept fresh and cold, especially the Guinness. Service can be a little dicey depending on when you go of course. During the afternoon/evening Tommy's is well staffed. After 10 or so the two or three cocktail servers are insufficient and that's as it should be, since they make few tips as most people just order from the bar at this point. The selection of beers in bottles and on tap is above average, but this means simply a few specialties and imports among the macros. Nothing to write home about. The food is pretty tasty as well, and I've heard more than one person say their Reuben is the best in town. Shepherd's pie isn't bad either, but of course is extremely filling. The food could be a bit cheaper but this is the tourist district so that's to be expected. If you're looking for a selection of micros and craft brews, this is definitely not the place for you. But if you're in the mood to knock back a Guinness or two and enjoy some Irish fare, stop on in.
07-29-2009 13:05:52 | More by cullen0013
3.86/5 rDev +13.2%
Popped into this Irish pub on accident last week. Tommy's is in the Market area, next to uber touristy spots. Pretty cool atmosphere...typical of most Irish joints. Grabbed a amall table by the empty stage. Server,who we called Sven, was very quick and prompt. He informed us that they have the new Guinness and SA Summer as the seasonal. My Sierra Pale Ale draft was very fresh and tasty. Pretty boring tap list overall.
Place got pretty packed, with mostly Irish and Scottish senior citizens. The band played some Irish classics, including a unique version of 'Dixie'. After all, we were in Charleston...
05-05-2009 18:01:29 | More by RustyDiamond
2.86/5 rDev -16.1%
I knew this place wasnt going to be special, but I drove right past it so I decided to stop in and see what was going on. When others have mentioned your typical Irish pub that really sums it up quite well, really. It was typical in every way. Sad beer selection with really nothing on at all I would want to go for, Boddigntions? I will pass. The food looked good, but I had already eaten so I decided to skip it. I guess if you were down there it would be a decent stop, but I am not too sure about this one even being in here any more to be honest.
02-02-2009 02:28:04 | More by mikesgroove
3.16/5 rDev -7.3%
no point in going here if you're in search of good beer or local color when there is an abundance of superior options nearby
atmosphere: Irish Pub, if you've seen one you've seen 'em all. Smells a bit like the aftermath of a frat party. Quiet on a late Saturday afternoon.
quality: no real issues, pint glass was a bit dirty, the Palmetto Amber was good
service: average, not particularly good but got the job done
selection: this place probably shouldn't even be listed on Beerfly, in addition to the standard Irish pub fare that I don't really need to list, I recall a cider, a selection of macro bottles, some Samuel Smith, Sam Adams Seasonal, SNPA, and Palmetto Amber...full list available by following the link to the pub website
10-24-2008 23:00:51 | More by blackie
3.3/5 rDev -3.2%
Stopped in here for a pre-dinner drink. Stop number two on our tour of the city. Typical Irish bar, lots of Irish and beer stuff on the walls, plenty of TVs for college football. This place has a covered outdoor dining area, which was must be nice on a warm night. Grabbed a seat at the bar, though, and was helped pretty quickly. Selection was average, all the usual Macros and Irish stuff, plus Spaten and Palmetto Amber. We ordered two Palmettos, which was pretty decent. While we did not eat, this place looks like a popular place to dine. If you like Irish bars, stop by. But we were looking for a place a bit more unique to Charleston.
10-10-2008 00:54:17 | More by morebeergood
3.88/5 rDev +13.8%
A typical Irish bar I suppose. On the tele was Irish football which I have never seen before. It looked like a mix of football and soccer. Typical drafts like Guinness, Boddingtons, Harp, Bass, etc. The Boddingtons seemed especially fresh on my recent trip, but the selection of beers could be stepped up a bit.
The food was pretty good as well. I chose a tuna salad and the fish and chips. Both were perfectly cooked and full of flavor.
Servers were attentive and kept my glass full which is about all I ask for in a server. I have been here several times and have never had a bad experience.
06-27-2007 20:48:00 | More by SaCkErZ9
Tommy Condon's in Charleston, SC
83 out of 100 based on 15 ratings.