The calamari is great, and Irish coffee was delicious. It has a party attmosphere and the service is spot on.
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Great wooden bar, great beer selection, great service. I had the pub curry this time and it was fantastic for a rainy day. Had a pint of Guinness and another of Kilkenny. Mags (I think) the bartender was from Ireland so she gave me some...More
We came here around 7pm on a Sunday, the place is dimly lit (in my opinion) and the layout is confusing if you've never been here before. Our server was very attentive and the place was clean. My only gripes are that the drink prices...More
This was our first meal in Halifax and we were definitely not disappointed. I prefer Halibut over Haddock but I must say the meal was fantastic. Our waitress never made us wait long and was nicely attentive without going overboard. She was friendly, polite and...More
Went of a Friday night to this well known pub. Busy as heck so be prepared. We shared the Calamari appetizer which was OK. I had the Chacuterie plate and I did not like it at all. In fact the Duck was inedible with the...More
We had a late lunch here as it was recommended by our cab driver. This is a large restaurant/bar and, of course, you can get authentic Irish beer, including Kilkenny, Guiness.....lots of other choices. The food was good quality and the service was excellent.
Went for lunch here today, food was amazing service on the other hand was absolute crap! I recommend you don't get the server Kathy, she is very unprofessional didnt offer if we wanted more drinks or Never even came over and asked how our meal...More
Went to Durty Nellies the first night in Halifax. The seafood chowder was so good we went back the next day for lunch. It was a little crowded and noisy, but it was a young bar so to be expected. I would go back anytime....More
It's a bit over the top with the faux Irish thing, but you can just sit back and watch the fun. Lots of tourists and locals, drinking, eating and dancing.