Horrible service....horrible food....horrible wait staff...horrible prices.....horrible bartender....HORRIBLE!!!!!
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I complained that my chicken was undercooked - pink in the middle. The waiter told me it was OK because it was organic and they always served it that way. He said that even if they cooked it more it would still be pink because...More
This is a nice place to grab a few drinks and relax. Its normally not the first place to fill up so its relatively easy to get in have something quick to eat and drink, while other places have waiting times.
The food was just ok - I was not a fan and was disappointed. I would not go back. The sever was very nice though!
Simple menu, full bar. Partially allergy friendly (GF recommendations & vegan accommodations). Live music many nights after 6. Small and quaint, feels just like being in Ireland!
This is a good visit if you are staying inside the Opryland hotel and don't intend to leave. Good food and good drafts. The only problem (which goes for almost every restaurant in the hotel) is weird hours.
We stopped in here to have a quick drink before venturing back into the resort - ended up having 3 drinks and dinner. Lamont was a great server and the bar tender was quick to make us our drink of choice!
Fun Irish pub inside the resort. No, I would not go here unless staying at the resort. But if staying at the resort this place was well worth the convenience of not having to drive anywhere. The beef pie was good flavor but a small...More
One plate of fish and chips $28, one beer $9 draft. I do understand this is in the Opryland Hotel and every place had high prices but come on 3 small pieces of fish and fries.
Really liked the onion soup, just a little different. Lots of cheese. Fish and chips were tasty too. Service was fast, portions were good, server was friendly even though the place was full.