This is a perfectly agreeable Irish Pub with a friendly, efficient server and a good bar menu. We went mid-Saturday and the place was laid back with good vibes all around.
Barbara (wife) had the Liverwurst with onions, lettuce and tomato and it was good enough, but ironically she found it too generous (if that is possible) with rather thick slabs of the meat. Good toasted rye and chips to boot. Also delicious fries with gravy.
I had the bacon cheeseburger (of course, if you have read my reviews, what else would I try first time at any given tavern?) It was a traditional burger and really good. Excellent fresh beef, good bacon and perfect American cheese. All washed down with a Harp in a chilled glass and fries. Full bar as well, naturally.
Pub had good rich woods and seating outside.
The tall tale? I read the back of the menu because it claimed to give a history of this fine establishment. Turned out it was one tall tale after another, including the claim that the original owner of the Bonner (O'Bonner, they said his name was)) had invented Karaoke in the 1600s , Back then, so they swore, by gosh, it was called "O'Karaoke") I guess they do have Karaoke for real on some nights and I imagine the place gets pretty cranked up when they do.
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