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Posted by happy123 on 12/09/2004
Went in for dinner Saturday night (beautiful food and very friendly service), bar filled up aroung 10 (young to middle age crowd) moved to the bar (great bartenders) and listened to live music (the place was rocking). Went in for dinner and stayed for the night, will visit a lot more often and recommend it to all age groups.
Posted by Gulag on 10/29/2004
I had lunch wirh a group on Tuesday 10/26 and was pleasantly surprised. I had expected prices much higher than they were ; the service was superb. Our waitress was a very pleasant and efficient Irish young lady. I look forward to going back again.
Posted by Jerry Weinstein on 09/02/2004
I've been here quite a bit and it rarely fails to excel. Best place in the area for lunch -- good and friendly service. Food is superb -- with a broad array of choices. Those wishing to sample Irish favorites will not go wrong with the Shepherd's pie (best in NYC!). Lots of healthy choices -- e.g. grilled salmon or tuna with grilled vegetables. Burgers and sandwiches are fine as well. Great place for a cold glass of Smithwick's or Guiness or .... close your eyes and you might be in Dublin or Galway (esp. when they have live music). Dinner time can be a bit hectic especially before a Rangers or Knicks game. Highly recommend!
Posted by DD on 06/06/2004
Amazing Chicken liver patee! Sheperds pie is very nice as well. Having live irish music is a great touch.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/07/2004
Great place for lunch!
Posted by Pete on 12/28/2003
Stopped in before a Rangers game 12/26/03. Fish and Chips - full of grease and tasteless. Clam Chowder - more grease. Service? Waitress not to be found after taking order. Watched other diners come and go. Almost $60 for 2 beers and 2 fish and chips. Must be geared for the out of towners who don't know any better...
Posted by ross on 12/09/2003
A little loud ,but the food and atmosphere are top notch. Great decore.