Irish craftspeople and materials were used to construct this authentic-feeling pub and restaurant. Live bands and Irish dancers perform as patrons down draught Guinness, Harp Lager, or Killian's Red or Irish-whiskey-spiked coffee. Soda bread and classic, hearty Irish fare fill the menu. Main courses usually include shepherd's pie, lamb stew, traditional Irish sausages (bangers) on mustard mashed potatoes and, of course, beer-battered fish and chips; less predictable dishes
include herb-seared chicken with boursin-mushroom pudding. A happy hour from 2 to 5 pm Monday through Thursday features $5 pints and $6 appetizers. Live entertainment begins nightly at 9. Go before then if you want a table for dinner.
Nov 5, 2008
Food is excellent. Beer is even better. Nice atmosphere with and without the entertainment. I prefer the upper level when the entertainment is on (not as loud). The salads are great light alternatives but the fish and chips as well as the shepard pie is the way to go. For the money, the is a good alternative. This is usually the place we head to when we arrive in Vegas before lunch. Skip the buffets.... they are not worth it.
Nov 28, 2005
Decor was great, though if it were a real Irish Pub the bathrooms should be horrible and tiny. Coming from Boston I've been into a few pubs and this one was fun and friendly. The menu was pretty limited though even for just pub fare and a bit on the pricey side as well. The fish and chips were very tasty as was the Irish stew, portions were average sized.