The bleu cheese dip is phenomenal! The beef stew is also excellent. Honestly everything I've had there I have had is been delicious. Very dark so be aware of that. But that's what makes it fun.
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Live Celtic music on Sundays during brunch hours! Added to the atmosphere of an Irish Pub. My husband loves their fish and chips -- large thin battered haddock filets and a plate full of fries. I opted for the bread pudding toast, rasher and breakfast...More
Wow, great time. Wonderful staff, time waiting was minimal even though they were busy. Food absolutely delicious. Thid was our first visit, will definately go back again. I recommend the fish and chips or their Guinness beef stew.
Coming from New England I miss decent sea food. Found wonderful haddock in the fish and chips at Two Fools. YUM! Light and fluffy fish with a nice crispy coating. And the apple cole slaw is a cross between cole slaw and waldorf salad. Great...More
Nob Hill area is always a great eclectic place to hang, had a business lunch there and Two Fools was suggested. Be aware, it's on the N side of Central, right in the middle of the block, very easy to miss. If you don't get...More
In for a late lunch and they were still busy. We picked a nice, low table near the fireplace as it was chilly outside. Nice authentic Irish bar look. We started off with a small Irish Red beer and a Chocolate Stout from their tap....More
If you want a cozy, wood-infused bar experience to "bottoms up" your whiskey, Two Fools is just what you're looking for. Their non-whiskey menu is a bit lacking, but I had the Fool's Gold cocktail and that hit the spot for me. The environment was...More
This has become a must visit favorite on my annual trip to Albuquerque, NM. I adore the sense of belonging you find in UK pubs - what I once saw described as a "community living room." Two Fools has that same feel. It's not a...More
We had quite the selection. The scotch eggs were a tad on the dry side and we hope the entree fish and chips are better than the appetizers fish bites because they were a tad on the doughy side...too much batter and not enough fish....More