Nine Fine Irishmen
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Reviews by atigerlife:
3.79/5 rDev +11.1%
Went there at 2:00 p.m. on a Saturday, but place still pretty full. They had live music which was pretty good.
In rating the atmosphere, I had to suspend the reality that this was in LV inside NYNY. Looking around, it is a nice place. Lots of wood, very comfortable and quite lively. Quite nice. I sat at the upstairs bar.
On tap they had a few beers, including Guiness, bass, sleemans, harp, pyramid and a cider. I had a Guiness [couldn't help myself].
I didn't eat, but the menu looked good enough: burger/chips [$12], chips/dip [$10], soups [$8], sanwhiches [corned beef $12], Irish stew, celtic chicken. Not cheap, but I wasn't expecting it to be.
Service was good. The bartender was friendly and attentive.
Overall, if you are in NYNY, this is a decent place to come and have a pint.
10-12-2006 03:56:35 | More by atigerlife
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4.08/5 rDev +19.6%
I've been to Vegas quite a few times. Matter of fact, I got married there. This place is a must stop for me each time I go. The atmosphere is what I would assume is Irish style pub (though I've never been to Ireland). But it gets it's point across. The food is good, but not great for Vegas. Don't get me wrong, it's delicious. But I would expect a little more from a Vegas restaurant. The waiters/waitresses give there best Irish accent while serving you which is pretty cool.
I like how the downstairs seating is. Even though the tables are close, each is kinda private because of short walls and booth angles. The upstairs is a little more open. At night, a band usually plays. Of course... Irish music. Really adds to the experience. All in all, a fun place to go. Plus they serve Smithwicks on draft. Delicious.
07-02-2013 19:34:36 | More by BWE
United Kingdom (England)
2.83/5 rDev -17%
I don't normally do Irish bars (anywhere in the world), but it was happy hour (15.00-18.00) and we were thirsty. I was pleasantly suprised with what I found inside, it was cool and slot free!
We sat close to where the bands play, but it was quiet during the afternoon. We were surrounded by artifacts and stuff. Above the main bar was positioned a false pulpit and above that, each in his own alcove sat the busts of the 'Nine fine Irishmen'. The whole place is tastefully done, if a little 'over the top, Irish'. The tables are tightly packed, but outside there is a lot more room with a larger table as well as a selection of smaller places. Upstairs appeared to be a little plusher, again with an outside patio area to take the air on.
I had beers from Kilkenny and Smithwicks at $4.00 or $4.50 a pint, can't remember which (Happy hours May 2010), neither was great, but they weren't too bad either. We used the bar and cash to get served as we weren't eating, had to push through the people sitting at the bar and try and make the Eastern European? Barstaff understand me.
05-24-2010 14:13:03 | More by BlackHaddock
Nine Fine Irishmen in Las Vegas, NV
81 out of 100 based on 32 ratings.