Fish, chips and beer - what's not to love?! Stopped by this quaint Irish pub for dinner. The pub had great atmosphere. Would definitely go back. - in walking distance of Bell Centre.
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This review is for the Trudeau airport location which just opened. If you enjoy a good burger, and a spicy one at that, this is the place and this is the burger! The accompaniment you must have are the sweet potato fries. Lauren is a...More
Having been an occasional visitor since it's opening in the early 90s, I always try to stop in for a pint when I am in the downtown core. As always, the staff was welcoming courteous and efficient.... and the Guiness was delicious!
Best place to hang out for St-Patrick's day. I recommend the apple cider. Live band is a great part of the evening entertainment.
Good prices on alcohol and food. Defiantly an Irish pub atmosphere inside, don't expect anything fancy. Food was pretty good- I got the lamb wrap and nachos. I was happy with it but not blown away. Service was quick and friendly.
The restaurant was clearly understaffed, also new untrained waitress. Perhaps another staff member would help with orders and quality of service. Maybe a one time thing, the beer was flat, the order was incorrect and the meat (we ordered the steak lunch) was fatty and...More
We dropped in for a drink after a Habs game there was really good entertainment drinks were good crowd was friendly positive experience
If visiting Montreal and you can fit this place into your schedule you should, once inside you feel as though you are in a pub across the pond.
Very popular pub, particularly after the Canadiens play. Perfect location - avoids the large crowds of Crescent Street. Great service and a very fun place.