Very interesting pub! The food was quite tasty. Service was a little slow, but it was a packed Friday night. It is kind of small, so you need to be okay with being close to your neighbors. My kids (older teens) really enjoyed the vibe....More
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Very much tries to create the pub atmosphere down to sharing tables. Nice whiskey menu, some good Irish beers. Food is all good to, nothing real fancy but good. Seems like there is entertainment most times I have been there. Very cozy feel.
We always come for football weekends. We love Dean and are so sad to hear he is leaving. What a HUGE loss and we think management should do whatever, to keep him. Paul and Lindsay were really nice too. I had the Molly Malone Stew(no...More
This is a relatively small restaurant and bar area. You seat yourself and the seating is communal which was interesting, however, I have to say the people we sat next to on both sides of the table were very friendly and fun to talk to....More
The place itself is a worthy attempt at an Irish Pub based on menu and decor. Small as it is, they attempt to have live music on a regular basis featuring a variety of entertainment including Kennedy's Kitchen, a very entertaining Irish band. Their menu...More
Fiddler's Hearth is a very casual public house in the Irish tradition. Sharing tables when the place is crowded is expected. The food has an Irish bent with fish, fish stews, lamb stews along with more "American fare". The beers are of a good variety...More
I love this pub. It has a true Irish flavor with tons of memorabilia on the walls. Mis-matched chairs with worn tables and pews. Games to play by the fireplace. Truly wonderful live musicians and sometimes, dancers. My favorite evening is when an Irish jam...More