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In August of 2017, I had the pleasure of returning to the Inn at the Irish Pub in Atlantic City. It is a wonderful chance to step back in time and feel the joy of yesteryear in this great landmark. I was able to book...More
We have been coming here once a year for about 10 years Great food always enough and great prices. A hidden gem away from the casinos. The Pub Salad is one of our favorites Never tried dinner there. Staff ok
Stoped by while I was in Atlantic City. The service was poor.The food was fair.The bartenders were very slow in the evening hours.I do not feel the Irish Pub is safe and it is old.Do not go there is it a very dangerous area for...More
We visited the Irish Pub again on a recent trip Atlantic City. We love this place. Great food and drinks. It is a must for us when we visit AC. Reasonable prices and hearty portions. They run daily specials. Right off the Boardwalk and open...More
I am dumbfounded by the amount of four star reviews this place got. I assume the draw is the cheap alcohol. The place smells like a damp basement and the decor was overwhelming. The food was not good at all. The crab cakes were full...More
Response from Crazy2Ski | Reviewed this property |
No, the rooms do not have air conditioning. However, due to the proximity of the location, usually there is a nice breeze off the ocean. Conversely, the Inn portion of the pub does not have heat either. Consequently, that... More
No, the rooms do not have air conditioning. However, due to the proximity of the location, usually there is a nice breeze off the ocean. Conversely, the Inn portion of the pub does not have heat either. Consequently, that is one of the reasons the Inn operates only during late spring, summer, and closes in the fall.
Regardless, if you are interested in history, and want to get a feel of how travelers experienced Atlantic City 100 years ago, it is worth staying there. Can't beat the price, and I've always had a great experience every time I've been there.