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“Good choice for before show at Count Basie Theatre”

Dublin House Pub & Restaurant
Ranked #13 of 154 Restaurants in Red Bank
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: Irish, Pub
Dining options: Breakfast, After-hours, Reservations
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Dining options: Breakfast, After-hours, Reservations
Reviewed September 27, 2017

Wife and I arrived about 90 minutes before show time, sat at bar and had a few good beers, with a large selection on tap. Ordered a buffalo chicken wrap an corned beef sandwich, both of which were very tasty. Very nice bartenders. Stopped in again after the show, kitchen was already closed, but we still had a cold one at the outside bar. Nice place to eat and drink and will certainly return.

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Thank bluefish481
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Reviewed September 11, 2017 via mobile

A Little New Orleans look, one of the side roads in this trendy town. Host seated us right away. Food was good can't complain, not your top notch service though. Had a waitress friendly waitress but not so friendly. This Asian server didn't seem to care very much but to get the order and collect the bill right away. She seemed to forget in between how was the food? Do we need anything and the fact I had to ask other waiters to get what we needed. Crab cakes but looking the fact they deep fried it the oil needed to be changed, you can taste it and tell by the color of the food. Take from one cook it doesn't take a genius. Otherwise for the service I got won't be anytime soon before I come back w/o the family. Been here before service was better then.

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Reviewed September 4, 2017

You can sit indoors or outdoors. We sat outdoors, nice and quiet. Good soup of the day and salmon salad. They also have some Sunday brunch items.

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Thank Tianshansky
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Reviewed August 28, 2017

We found the outside dining very pleasant. The service was excellent. The food had its ups and downs. The Caesar salad dressing was off, we didn't finish it. The French onion soup was okay. The jambalaya tasted fine, not the best we've had, but the prawns in it were huge and delicious. The nacho supreme was excellent. The mozzarella sticks were great. The shepherds pie was good. The apple crepes were outstanding!!

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Thank 57Cato
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Reviewed August 11, 2017

An interesting location on Monmouth St in a multistory old mansion. Food is mostly traditional Irish fare. Seating in the summer allows dinners to eat outside in the patio. Location has a couple of bars. The inside dining rooms have fireplaces which are wonderful in the winter.
Food quality is average. Sometimes it is excellent and others just so so. Wait staff tends to be attentive. At times when busy the hostess can come off as less than friendly.
It is worth a visit if in town and want to enjoy some traditional Irish food

Thank shoreguynj
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