We loved eating in a Legendary 100 yr. old establishment. They have to be doing a lot right to be around that long. We really enjoyed our meals, and the server was great. It really hit the spot on a chilly election night, and they even had live music in the other room, and Irish songs playing on our side....
Went for live music. It was one older gentleman and in the hour we were there he only played 2 upbeat songs, all the rest were really depressing.
The waitress never came to our table despite the place being empty and she was only waiting on 3 tables when we showed up. The beer wasn't that great either.
This was the start and finish of a team building event in the upstairs area. The service and food just may have been the worst I have had. The next day I could not find one of my colleagues that had one good thing to say about the food. Frankly, the only good thing about this place is its location.
Found this place to be good value for a late lunch. Food was excellent and well priced. Service was very good and the place was spotless. We ate outside under the umbrellas to make the most of the beautiful weather. Highly recommend.
On reading reviews of this bar, wanted to check it out when I arrived in Seattle. Got a pint of harp, was disgusting, tasted like the taps had not been used of cleaned in years, if ever!
Seen a pint of Guinness been poured while there, the bar tender left the tap running until it overflowed and went off serving...
We visited this pub one evening and spent the next two nights there. Great atmosphere, good food and great service. In particular is their Irish singer, Liam Gallagher, who has been performing there for 3 decades. Thoroughly recommended.
We stopped hear after dinner for a whiskey and watch some of the olympics. They also had a local Irish music act that was fun to listen too. They had an extensive selection of whiskey and scotch , beer also of course. We didn't try any food. We felt the atmosphere was great and it was a slow night. In...