Perfect lighting, adequate comfortable seating, and not too loud.""Great little treasure in Stillwater.Vast beer selection, friendly wait staff, and amazing food!You can get any item on the menu and it will be great, especially the appetizers.Sometimes I go in and just get a pint, some spinach and artichoke dip, and scotch eggs.""I love this place.
This is a true neighborhood place that hopefully does not go out of business due to the changes that have happened in Astoria with all the newbies moving into the neighborhood.""The regulars are known by the bartenders. Try the potato pancake, and the corn and lobster chowder." "Perfect pub — excellent fish and chips with various fresh sides. Oh the :)." “I come here pretty much every Monday and cram hot wings, buffalo fries, and beer into my mouth at breakneck speed.”“Where to start? They also have live music, and steak tips that melt in your mouth." “The shepherd's pie is one of the best classic pub dishes one can have the pleasure of consuming in Charleston.”"Some of the best corned beef and cabbage I've ever had, and I grew up eating a homemade version of the dish prepared by our Irish family friends. I also always get their Snake Bite, which is a layered drink made from Guinness and Magner's Cider." "Mc Namara's is one of my favorite Nashville grub spots.
I'm sure this has to be the best burger and fries in southern Maine." "The food was wonderful, specifically: the corned beef poppers app, the potato leek soup, the shepherd's pie, the lobster roll, the rueben, and the corned beef/cabbage. I would plan on going back to Annapolis JUST to eat here again."“We had the corned beef poppers as an appetizer and I think whoever created that recipe should be given a reward.” “I ordered the chicken pot pie and my husband had the Irish dip, and we both just devoured our meals.”“Sullivan burger, potato leek soup, and the fish and chips were all very good.
Same goes for service and ambiance.” "I've always loved the original old lead glass and chandeliers and exposed stone walls.
I'm Irish, I worked in Irish bars in high school and in college, and I spend a lot of time in them today — so I know that a good Irish bar isn't just a bar. It's a place where you can walk in, look around, and immediately feel at ease, even if it's your first time there.
The wood's gotta be dark, the beer's gotta be cold, there should be some sort of warm pot pie on the menu, and the vibe should be even warmer.