Off the Main Street. It's a small local pub with darts and pool tables. Friendly bartender and patrons.
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This place is a little hole in the wall at the beginning of Main Street. I like the fact that it opens early so you can get a drink mid morning, great when you are coming off the night shift.
Bar staff were disinterested. Its classed as an Irish Bar and they might have a little paraphernalia around but when we asked if they were showing the GAA match the guy had no idea what we were talking about or if they even had the...More
Very cool, local bar. Pool tables, dart boards, TV's, etc. Some would consider it a dive bar (but I happen to like those). The bartender (Paul) provides great service. They have a limited menu for food, but this place is not about the food.It is...More
I was on vacation and wanted just a regular no frills bar like at home. This is the spot to be it was just everyday people having a good time no cover charge no dress code not overpriced. Go see Paul he's the man! Great...More
Small locals bar. Not fancy at all but they made you feel at home. Ended up here to watch the Cav's play their final game! Everyone there was talking to us. They put all the TV'S on for us to watch. It was so much...More
This place is great once you get over the locals giving you dirty looks the entire time.. mainly from the females. Chris is a great bartender who is quick to take care of everyone.. especially the military and local police. That's a great quality to...More
Its a sports bar that caters to the locals. Cash only -- no credit cards; no tabs. Reasonable prices, generous pours. Plenty of parking right around the corner. Also a few pool tables. A good spot for a quick drink and a laugh. I didn't...More
This place is filthy. Ladies room was disgusting. Drinks were expensive and unless you're a member of law enforcement, the bar tender ignores you.
We have visited her several times already on our week stay in Hyannis. I just love this place. Chris is the best and always treats us like family. We come to Hyannis every year and would never dream of not stopping in.