Great atmosphere but the food and service are lacking to say the least. Seems like the need new management to come in and bring it back to what it used to be.
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They advertised oysters for $1.00 each from 6:00 to 9:00 on Wednesday. So, we went last night. The place was not crowded. Just a few tables and the two of us. We each ordered a dozen. The waitress called it in, to the kitchen, with...More
BAD EXPERIENCE - All you can NOT eat at Harp & Dragon, for $49. They serve you at THEIR pace. Small cup of chowder comes first. Then you get a small ear of mushy, overcooked corn and freezer taters, then you wait... and wait... and...More
To be honest I have lived in the area for years and this was my first time checking it out. Nice atmosphere and food. Friendly service as well. I can not figure a reason for why I had not tried this place or before, but...More
Bartenders think they're doing you a favor. Dark and dingy inside. Overpriced everything. Find another place to have cocktails.
Harp and Dragon has been famous for their 1/2 of happy hour for just about everything. I have gone many times and stayed long after happy hr ends so I still spend good money there but without a good happy hour to get things going...More
The Harp is my most favorite spot, especially their roof top deck in the summer with their fire pits. Great selection of beers. Awesome happy hour where everything is half off. Menu is a little limited and very Irish oriented- a lot of items have...More
We've eaten here many times. As the years have passed both the food and service have gone downhill. We got the colcannon and the bangers. The bangers were italian sausages, and raw in the middle. Both dishes were over-garliced, and I am still exuding garlic...More