Located in the heart of the Grafton St. area, O'Neill's was the perfect spot for a lunch time break from shopping. We had sandwiches and Guiness, but there are hot meals served, all cafeteria style. If no seats found on the ground floor though, you have to carry your tray up a flight of stairs to a balcony to find... 更多
O'Neil's is one of these must visit places in Dublin. It is busy - packed. You stand in line to get your food and you can struggle to find a seat to eat unless you are in early. However, it is the worth this minor hassle for the quality and quantity of food you get a modest price. The Irish... 更多
We got lucky. The entertainment was a couple of young guys, one on the lute or banjo and the other singing and and playing the guitar. They had a young couple who were very good Irish dancers. Most songs were Irish folk songs but one. He did Mumford and Sons well but I could have skipped it.
Great little place - went there once for breakfast (terrific Irish breakfast) and once just to hang while waiting for rest of the family as they shopped their hearts out. The place is great. the staff are very friendly. Beers are good - food is good and cheap.
We got into O'Neill's for a late lunch on Easter Sunday, on recommendation by our guide, and enjoyed a tasty and typical Irish pub meal at Rock-bottom price in a large but typical Irish pub. Dark, cosy, with a great variety of clientele and an even greater variety of beer and beverages, with a sandwich and a carver's counter, we... 更多
I was served a hearty traditonal Irish breakfast in the afternoon at the bar by the "barmaid" Evita. She was working her tail off but found time to chat, joke and just make my visit interesting and special. My visit was made more special by meeting a local nicknamed by Evita "grumpy" who exuded local Irish charm and pleasant conversation.... 更多
O'Neill's did the unthinkable! They gave me more food than I could eat! I thought the dark wood interior was pretty cool. Ate around 18:00 and it wasn't crowded. We sat upstairs once (quieter) and downstairs near the buffet once. The food was actually pretty good, but I still can't believe HOW MUCH food they gave us for fewer Euros... 更多
O'Neill's boasts of having the largest selection of craft beers in Ireland, though I had the usual Guinness when I stepped in sound 13:30 for lunch. Instead of table service or the sandwich bar, I got the shepherd's pie from the carver. It was okay. The experience of getting the food was a bit harrowing, but that was due to... 更多
My wife and I were on a whirlwind 24 hour layover in Dublin and had visited O'Neiil's earlier in the evening as part of a "Pub Crawl" tour and decided to go back for a late dinner. The place was packed and very busy but the staff were nonetheless pleasant and welcoming. We decided on a buffet and carvery. The... 更多