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Sean O'Callaghan's

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3 Ratings
Ratings: 3
Reviews: 2
rAvg: 3.78
pDev: 7.94%
Taps: 0
Bottles: 0
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821 Penniman
Plymouth, Michigan, 48170
United States
phone: (734) 459-6666

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3.5/5  rDev -7.4%

rjcoy06, Monday at 09:30 PM
Photo of Gaisgeil
3.63/5  rDev -4%

I've been meaning to stop by this place and happened to be free at lunchtime one saturday and decided to drop in. The place has a cool though cliche Irish pub feel, dark wood everywhere, giant bar, the works. The vibe was really laid back with people talking in hushed tones hovering over their pints and sandwiches. The beer selection was fairly typical for an Irish themed pub, Guinness, Smithwicks, Boddington's, Speckled Hen, Harp, Bass, Tetley's, Killians, Tennant's, Newcastle, Bell's Oberon and a few select german brews as well on tap. There were some rather uninspired bottled selections as well. The food was quite good, Irish inspired at best but some good grub nontheless. Service was quite good, if a bit slow.

Overall a nice place to chill and have a pint or two.

Slàinte!

Gaisgeil, Oct 17, 2005
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4.2/5  rDev +11.1%

A great west-side suburbs spot. The beer selection is pretty big -- 10 or so taps and another dozen or so bottles, including all the standard Irish stuff as well as Hoegaarden, Hacker-Pschorr, and some others -- and they've got lots of scotches and whiskies if that's your thing as well.

The food is outright awesome, especially for a "pub" sort of place. The various full-size meals are tremendously filling and very tasty, and the sandwiches, while hardly all traditional Irish fare, are done very well -- some are served on foccacia bread with some great dressings.

There's a nice little bar seating area up by the front where you can sit and just have a couple beers, and there's ample seating for diners as well. And the little wood dividers between some of the tables made me think back to my trip to Dublin. A pretty high-class spot in a great little town.

marburg, Oct 05, 2003
Sean O'Callaghan's in Plymouth, MI
- out of 100 based on 3 ratings.