My husband and I enjoyed afternoon cocktails and appetizers here. Great service fun environment and tasty eats and drinks. I'd totally recommend the Dublin Donkey, so yummy & refreshing!
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Off season, we know, and everyone visits when it’s lovely in summer, but our itinerary had us here in mid-March. We tossed up between this and another place and figured this would be busier and give us a better atmosphere. So down the road we...More
Unfortunately the menu items that we selected for our lunch at Nana's didn't hit the mark. The menu looks good with traditional pub food options and some classic Irish dishes. We order the Chicken Pot Pie and the Nana's meatloaf. Unfortunately the meatloaf had an...More
We wanted to swing into the local Irish pub for a beer and they were closed at 8! Not what we were expecting for Seafood and Wine Festival weekend. We thought there light be done beers and music.... not in a Thursday night. We went...More
All I wanted was a Guinness, a rarity in Oregon, land of the never ending string of breweries. Nana's had a great pour of frothy Guinness, and an Imperial pint, which is also rare. The gal who served us at the bar was also taking...More
Mid week lunch stop. Looking for something a little different than standard Brew pub offereings. We found it at Nana's. Quickly seated and had our beers in hand. Ordered and although the menu warns a 20 minute wait for some of the items, we were...More
Has the best corned beef and cabbage-huge portions. My husband and I share it and still have trouble eating it all.
The lady who runs this place cashes in on tourists. She doesn't care about the locals at all. I tried too get a job here a long time ago and she only highers kids. If you are under twenty six you can forget it she...More