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Posted by John Quinn on 02/09/2015
one of the last great neighborhood pubs. Very good American cuisine and old fashion comfort food. Unpretentious relaxed atmosphere
Posted by MaryO on 02/03/2011
My partner and I were the only people in there on a Wednesday night at 8:30. The place is _much_ larger than it looks from the outside, and would be a fine place for a large after-work gathering. I had light, non-greasy fish and chips and my partner had a perfectly good sliced steak sandwich. My beer was flat, and the waitress was very apologetic and replaced it right away. Do pay a visit if you are in the neighborhood.
Posted by Chris R. on 02/25/2006
My title says it all, they are the best. I usually get fries rather than mashed because mashed can be so boring and not tasty. Their mashed are like nothing you have ever tasted. The location of the restaurant isn't great but if you work near Wall Street its worth the walk. I love the Irish accent on the waitresses.
Posted by JRJ on 03/20/2005
We live very close to T. J. Byrnes so we go there quite often. The food has always been very good as well as the service. If you want to relax and have some Irish pub food, I would definitely recommend that you go there. It is a bit hard to find but that only makes it more interesting.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/14/2004
Great Food, Great Service, Great Staff fair prices and wonderful atmosphere.
Posted by PBates on 09/15/2004
If you're looking for a good brunch, TJ's has a great Sunday brunch and a fantastic full Irish breakfast....rasher, sausage, pudding, etc. I've also enjoyed a lovely dinner at TJ's as well. And for the price, it can't be beat. Super staff. Nice casual atomosphere and fun songs on the jukebox. A little hidden, so keep your eyes open.