Shepard's pie was wonderful! After we rode the centennial trail along the lake, we stopped in O'shays. It was nice and warm inside to take the chill off. Bartender was very nice . Service with a smile. We'll be back!
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Not the best experience. 5:30pm on a Wednesday and the place was dead. Not a problem in itself but it took a bit for service and it felt awkward interacting with the waitress. Our orders came out pretty quick. The clencher was that our fish...More
I was passing though the area in route from Montana to Washington. Being a weary traveler on a blustery day, Irish pub food sounded great. My first stop was to Paddy’s. Unfortunately, the only traditional Irish food they had was Irish Nachos (not really traditional)....More
We've been here several times this summer. We join 2 other couples because they enjoy the fish and chips. The wine is bottom of the barrel IMHO. The guys enjoy the beers. Bartender gives a little free taste here and there. The fish both times...More
This was such an awful experience. My boyfriend and I were very excited to try O'Shay's Irish Pub but little did we know the service would be a sad excuse for "service." I got the fish tacos, the first couple bites were fine, I was...More
Felt a little like home, even though I have never been to Ireland, but I am 1/4 Irish. Food was traditional and service was great.
We had lunch. Service was ok and the food was good. Shepherd's pie was a hit along with the Reuben sandwich. The fish & chips were ok but a little over cooked. The fish tacos were good but a little sparse on the fish.
I was hoping for much better. The service is not good. Waited for 15 minutes before getting asked what to drink. We came in with about 6 people. It was not busy. Thought it was overpriced for the place. Food was sub par.
Just went for dinner with my son. The waitress wasn't very attentive; my corned beef and cabbage was sub-par (the corned beef was too salty, the potatoes were under-seasoned, the cabbage seemed to be plunked on the plate without any forethought); and my son's fish...More