This is a wonderful adult restaurant. Chuck the owner makes you feel like family. The waiter Michelle is the best. The food is AWESOME!!! Come visit eat and drink you won't be disappointed!!
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Tuna for a starter, Irish Stew for me and fish and chips for my wife and daughter. Outstanding chef and service staff. A unanimous "we're coming back" from the table. This is a real gem. So, if your on 301 or RT1 in Delaware, get...More
Love this place. Great local bar with Irish roots. Good tap list with selection of rotating craft beer. Outdoor patio is a favorite spot when the weather cooperates and if it doesnt they have heaters. Standout is the Irish Nachos. Must try.
Driven by this place dozens of times in the past. Decided to try it tonight. Bad choice. As we walked in about 4:30 "server" rushed by us and said to sit anywhere. Upon choosing a table, it was another five minutes until a "server" threw...More
Great location and atmosphere.. my husband and I travel out this way once a year and make it a point to stop in for lunch at Sully's.. food is tasty, service is great! We'd love to come back for the nightlife and to celebrate St...More
We stopped in for a quick bite on our way to the beaches on Friday night and was attracted by the outdoor seating and live music on Main Street. Apparently this was the last of the summer outdoor live music so we lucked out. Service...More
Went to Sully's while checking out the best wings in Middletown. Sully's wings came in dead last. This is a great place to go if you just want a good old fashioned bar atmosphere and cold beer.
My husband and I frequently stop here for drinks for and a bite. It is technically a tavern, so no one under 21 is permitted. Service is always excellent, but they do have a dress code for men. Just FYI Drink: Excellent variety of beer,...More
I love Sullys! The bar has a good assortment of great local and imported beers! The food is wonderful, the staff friendly and the musicians assorted.(I love Benny and Bill!)
Saw the sign that said "Seafood & Irish Pub" and thought it was a seafood restaurant, but it turned out that the seafood was a fish market next door to a pub. So I went into the pub at noon on Thursday and found it...More