Nice place to try on a busy sports afternoon. It has a friendly feel, wide variety of foods and good value.
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They make a great bourbon and 7, as well as one of the best clamm chowder's I've ever had. No potatoes in it but plennty of clams. There bread pudding is remarkable! Light and creamy, and so flavorful! Nice crowd too. Went in with a...More
We had a little trouble finding the place but it sure was worth it! From the minute you walked in you were greeted by a friendly server who was very helpful and a pleasure to deal with. The portions were huge and reasonably priced.
Last night in Seattle and again being close to our accommodation tried dinner here. Staff were friendly and accommodating. We asked to move seats to be able to watch the games that were showing and this was no problem. Food was delicious.
I was hungry for some authentic Irish food but McHughs did not live up to it The clam chowder was good as was the Irish bread. French fries were good and not greasy. However my chicken and vegetable pot pie didn't have much taste. I...More
On our 2nd night in Seattle, we decided to try another place close to the hotel. We had noticed the pub the night before while walking to the Space Needle. It wasn't crowded, which is not always a good sign but there were people inside....More
This is very close to the Space Needle Park. The menu is pretty standard pub fair. They have a great selection of beers. Service was friendly, fast and attentive. Food was delusion we had the burger and the chicken burger and thoroughly enjoyed both. Decor...More
First night in Seattle we decided to go to T.S. McHugh's. We have been here a handful of times in years past but never to eat. I had the nachos. Lets just say they were not made with love. The chicken was cold and hard....More
McHugh's has a good Irish Pub feel when you walk in the door and is large and open. The menu features several Irish dishes, but the ones we had were a far cry from the real thing. My Beef and Ale pie was a small...More
We drove from Port of Vancouver in the rain to Seattle and checked into the Inn at Queen Anne on a Friday night (after a 5 day cruise up the coast). We walked around the block and picked T.S. McHugh's for s nice casual meal....More