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This Irish-themed pub is too big and too loft-like to pass for the real thing, but those in the mood for a pint of Guinness and a bit of craic won't mind. The menu offers hearty traditional fare, much of it sourced from local farms: beef short ribs braised in stout, a Guinness stew, lamb, fish and chips - and lots and lots of potatoes. Stop in for brunch and enjoy an authentic Irish breakfast, with homemade blood sausage.
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After waiting 20 minutes at 5:45 to be seated....mind you I also spoke to a waitress and made eye contact with at least 4 different employees, my boyfriend and I were shuffled into a wood booth in an ante room. We we're seated next to a table of 12 drunken white trash snapping duck mouth pictures and grabbing each other attempting to be the next WWE champions. However, I was willing to give the place a shot. Another 15 minutes go by before we even see our waitress. Pleasant enough, ordered drinks...she tried to whisk away FAST before I ordered an app....but I got it in. We got out drinks, I ordered the Nutty Pirate for $7 and it may have had combined a shot of liquor in it....MAYBE, NOT worth the money. She wanted to take our order but was clueless when I asked if the sausages in the bangers and mash were made with lamb....seemed simple enough of a question but the look of sheer confusion tipped me to stick with simple. I ordered a burger with a side of soup of the day and a diet soda.....which BTW they don't have name brand soda...just generic which who knows wtf that is. Food arrived in a decent amount of time. Soup was interesting, odd, greasy mess. Burger was nothing to write home about. Portions were average which was fine. The place is a BAR not a restaurant. DON'T be fooled by the photo on the web page making it look like a bistro....its not. Food probably tastes better when more alcohol is consumed. Service is PISS POOR. I think its not long for this world, at least as a restaurant. Irish food is served but you will find MUCH MUCH better at other local Irish restaurants. If your in the mood for a rowdy drunken night then this is the place. If its just for dinner....skip it...trust me....just don't.
The Dubliner, with its soaring ceilings and aspiring gastronomy, may be the urban version of an Irish pub. But true to its roots, there's always a pair of elbows resting atop the bar. Twenty-ounce pints of Smithwick's, Harp, Guinness and Magner's Cider, plus a raft of Irish whiskeys and cocktails (love that Irish Car Bomb!), served up by cheeky lads in formal wear. Eddie Neill's pub also imports Irish entertainment, and there's frequently a broadcast soccer game or hurling match on tap.... More »
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