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Sink into our comfortable surroundings in our truly unique atmosphere. View our mesmerizing array of Irish historical antiques and stroll through four ancient Irish bars with blazing fires. Enjoy the company of our warm Irish staff and meet the lovely people of Old Town. At Daniel O'Connell's, every balcony, nook and cranny has a story to tell and we invite you to learn about them while indulging in the bold and exciting culinary delights originally from modern Ireland.
US$15 - US$30
Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, After-hours, Drinks
Irish, Bar, Pub, American
Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Free Wifi, Takeout, Seating, Waitstaff, Television, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Accepts Discover
All reviews fish and chips guinness burger shepherds pie lamb stew irish egg rolls mashed potatoes reuben onion rings wings calamari salad o connell old town great atmosphere king street late dinner beer selection
What did you think of Daniel O'Connell's Irish Restaurant and Bar?
My sister and I went in ,while we were shopping, for a drink or two. The beer is nice and cold but when I noticed on the menu there was an Irish Mule made with Jameson, we tried those. And now that’s my new favorite...More
We hit the bar on a very cold November day and found the BEST Irish Coffees and a bartender who knew the bar scene all across the metro area. Great fun! We ordered bar food (which I don't much remember--we were too busy trying to...More
Travelers to my hometown often are struck by the Irish heritage here. There are a handful of Irish pubs, but the best is O'Connels. Intimate -- best seat is a booth at the front window; pubby -- sitting at the front bar will quickly make...More
This pub has the bet Shepherd’s pie around and Irish brown bread served along side. You can sit by a wood fire while you throw back the pints of Guinness. I like to pop in at less crowded times and just enjoy an afternoon at...More
We stopped in for lunch. Ordered the Shepherd's pie and fish and chips. Neither of the dishes wowed us, pretty ordinary. The restaurant had a nice decor, as most Irish places do. We were lucky to sit at a window seat so we could see...More
We stopped in here because I was the one mostly hungry - he had a few tastings from the fisherman's wharf earlier in the day - yummy - so I got the fish and chips - amazing huge piece of fish and great homemade tartar...More
Visited O’Connell’s with a friend for drinks and appetizers and sat at the bar. The bartender on our end was not very attentive, and definitely not friendly. It was like he was bothered that we wanted to order food. Was a disappointing experience for our...More