I like a lot of people love have a need to stop in an Irish bar very chance I get. This one was ok in the feel. I liked the inside and the bar but I do have issues with the place. Any Irish bar...More
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Quite large and very crowded on weekends with students, they have lots of TVs for showing sports. There is a restaurant in back and a very nice lunch and dinner meun and seating is mostly in comfortable booths
Had lunch with a friend. Our waitress Mary was very nice and attentive. Good pub selections at a great price. The food comes out fast and is fresh. A great Philadelphia institution
Lovely relaxed welcome and good wine on offer - this was a welcome refuge on a long walking exploration of this great city.
I tried The Irish Pub randomly for dinner on St Patrick's Day. I'm glad I did! The place was packed; however, you wouldn't know it by the service they gave me. The wait staff was quick to respond take my order and make sure I...More
A pub that we have been to on numerous occasions when we visit Philly. My wife likes the chicken thumbs!
Stopped the other day with my brother for lunch and a couple of beers. Nice place and I would definitely recommend it to anyone.
Went for dinner on a date night during late summer. The menu does not include very many Irish dishes. When I inquired I was told that the summer menu is different from the winter menu. Don't the Irish eat during the summer? I understand not...More
My wife and I stopped in for a pint and passed on the food only because we had reservations elsewhere. We make it a point to visit at least one Irish Pub in every town or city we visit, assuming there's one to visit. The...More
gets bad rap as tourist trap but really an ok place. The Irish have never been known for haute cuisine. Remember the potato famine? So, you get ok down home food. But the wings are great & atmosphere lively & upbeat. Btw I am of...More