Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
- Sun 12:30pm-11:30pm, Mon-Thu 11:30am-12am, Fri-Sat 11:30am-2am
- All Major Credit Cards, cash
- Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout, Private Party, Wheelchair Accessible, Kid Friendly, Fireplace
- Dinner, Late Night, Lunch
- Full bar
- Accepted, Recommended for Large Parties
- Lot Available
New Times Broward-Palm Beach's Description
Real Irish hospitality is on tap for visitors to this traditional Irish pub in the Gardens, tucked on the north side of the Publix plaza. It's got a neighborly feel, with longtime employees helping owner Ken Wade spread the Irish cheer in the warm, wood-paneled eatery with indoor, bar, and patio seating. You'll rub elbows with golf pros and politicos as well as regular Joes at the cozy bar, where they toss back a pint or two. The food here is not an afterthought to the drinks. The menu features Erie traditions like filling pot pies -- cottage, shepherd's, steak and mushroom, or fisherman's versions: bangers and mash, salmon "leap," and fish and chips. Then there's shrimp and scallop ala vodka, New York strip steak, diver scallops with king crab risotto, chicken Parmesan, and three-nut crusted dolphin. A variety of sandwiches, soups, and salads completes the menu. Live entertainment is featured weekly, and the place rocks all night on March 17 for one of the largest St. Pat's Day parties in the county.
Tips from foursquare
The bartenders do a fine job of supplying Irish beers to the masses but the kitchen staff at Paddy Mac's prides itself on traditional dishes like Irish cottage pie and salmon boxty.
We love the fun atmosphere – especially on Saturday nights when there’s live music – and the yummy conch fritters and coconut shrimp, they go perfectly with a cold brew.
Shoot a game of darts and grab a pint o' Guinness at the bar.
Grab a pint of sausages for a great snack. Try with spicy mustard!
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