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Posted by Rob on 04/08/2013
Love the club sandwich and chicken sandwich. It's quality - prob one step up from pub food which is a pretty big leap. I live 8 blocks away at 68th and it has taken well over an hour for delivery a few times and at 6 pm (not 1 am or something). There was no remorse for poor service either, granted it's an Irish place (no tipping in Ireland or the UK so don't expect much else with this spot). But if you have time and ready for a bit of a hassle, the food is sorta worth it to me compared to the rubbish nearby.
Posted by UESG on 10/22/2009
Great burger and beer selection. Nice bar tenders. They play all the games. Will put on out of town game on request. Cool atmosphere. Been there a few times and the bar tender now remembers my name! that doesn't happen often.
Posted by ues resident on 01/11/2009
come here for numerous football games. Service is always great, they don't rush you eating and very reasonable price beer and food. Great neighborhood bar
Posted by lionhater on 12/25/2007
overrated bar food. has ONE (1) waitress working the entire restaurant during peak hours and the resulting delays/service are poor despite somewhat decent wingy/nachos. mediocre all around.
Posted by Mel on 11/11/2007
Great Bangers and Mash and Guiness Beef Stew. Good layout of TV screens to catch your favorite game.
Posted by liontrin on 06/29/2007
What a place! Authentic decor with a great selection of beer on tap and arguably the best nachos in town. Having been to most of the places on the UES, this place is the tops. Numerous flat screen tv's and a friendly staff to boot, a great spot to enjoy a pint and food any time of day
Posted by Bruce T on 06/19/2007
This was a terrific place to recharge after a morning at the MET. I arrived with a friend around 1 pm and we were seated promptly by an attractive Irish barmaid who also served as our waitress. Service was superb. The menu is somewhat typical for an Irish pub, but it was quite good and very reasonably priced. I asked for a hamburger medium-well and that's just what I got. The dining area was charming, well lit, and filled with many reminders of Ireland. It was easy to forget you're in the city. A wee bit of a walk from the MET, but well worth it.