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Decent food, good beer, good service, but I found myself in a bind because they didn't take credit cards. I never carry cash, even on vacation. Or very little.
But the menu was interesting. We tried many of the plates. Not very expensive, lots of...More
Unless you could care less about where you sleep and the conditions of your room, DON'T STAY HERE! The employees are very nice but the "Inn" is really a flophouse. When we entered our room (smaller than a walk-in closet) it smelled musty & was...More
If you're looking for a pub that is and resembles something out of Ireland, do not look for it here at the Irish Pub and Inn. It may have the name and sell some trinkets but that's as far as it goes. They lacked some...More
This place is an OK place to go for a relatively cheap/relatively nice meal. It's not as expensive (nor as good) as really high-end restaurants in the casinos but not as crappy/quick as boardwalk food. It's nicely in the middle, with friendly service and a...More
Where are a local can feel like a local with a dive filled without low rent locals.
Cheap drinks and food. Parking. Crap neighborhood. Be careful if you walk off boardwalk.
Bartenders are good too. Best irish car bombs in city.
Response from Crazy2Ski | Reviewed this property |
No, the rooms do not have air conditioning. However, due to the proximity of the location, usually there is a nice breeze off the ocean. Conversely, the Inn portion of the pub does not have heat either. Consequently, that... More
No, the rooms do not have air conditioning. However, due to the proximity of the location, usually there is a nice breeze off the ocean. Conversely, the Inn portion of the pub does not have heat either. Consequently, that is one of the reasons the Inn operates only during late spring, summer, and closes in the fall.
Regardless, if you are interested in history, and want to get a feel of how travelers experienced Atlantic City 100 years ago, it is worth staying there. Can't beat the price, and I've always had a great experience every time I've been there.
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"I don't think there is a good room. Last resort chioce only."