Flannery’s is a really good local spot. Definitely part of the community. A true pub atmosphere. Good food and substantial portions.
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We had dinner at Flannery's after going on a Stone House Tour. The food was very good but the waitress had too many tables to take care of. The restaurant was full. We were told that the restaurant was donating money to the historical Institute...More
Our large group of 12 arrived for an early dinner and we were led to a small room by ourselves which was just perfect. We had some of the daily specials and also enjoyed crab cakes, the French dip, salads, and burgers. The whole group...More
Tavern is exactly right. It's cozy and warm, with real wooden beams and stone fireplace. The food is very good. Great for a special occasion/anniversary, but not too expensive.
We were here for a Sunday lunch/brunch and this was a fantastic place to eat and drink. The staff was very accommodating in altering some of the menu items slightly for our kids. Food was tasty and they have a wide range of beers and...More
We four went to have a beer and a nosh at Buchanan's; but it was closed. So we went into Flannery's and were so glad we did. Everyone had burgers and loved them--perfectly cooked. I had some lobster ravioli with perfectly cooked squashes. All were...More