Great service(Owen), meal (fab shepard's pie), ambience (love the dartboards). Worth the visit. All happy. Will be back.
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Boring. Bland. Won’t go back. Nothing about this place stands out except the rocks in the wall. Disappointed.
Went here on a slow day no tourist no long waits food was bland and warm wouldn’t come back except to have a pint and listen to music
Stopped in at McCrath's Irish Pub on a whim after a full day of skiing at Killington. Kudos to Owen who made us feel like old friends within our first 2 minutes of sitting at the bar. They pour a proper pint of Guinness, offer...More
I took my family here a Saturday after a day of skiing. The Irish live music was nice and the bar scene was lively. We had a few burgers and I ordered the Irish Stew I found it to be way too salty. I’d go...More
My best friend and I come every year! The bartender, who we see year after year, made sure we were served promptly. The food and drinks were amazing per usual - the atmosphere was quaint and homey! If you’re looking for great food - come...More
We fancied a releaxed evening and so dropped in to the pub. Opted for the hummous and French Onion soup to start, both of which were good. The mains arrived as we were still eating the starters - not so good. The Guinness stew was...More
McGrath's is the quintessential Irish pub with all the atmosphere you'd expect. It is located at the foot of Pico and is easy to find on Route 4 when skiing. REAL Guiness on draft with bartenders that know how to pour it makes this an...More
We were a group of nine with kids. First we encountered a rude manager. He told us we had to sit in Rosemarys dining room because thats where our reservation was. No, we reserved at McGraths Irish Pub, and he said you can't reserve that...More
We were there in October 2015. We went to Killington for a wedding and it was our first evening. The pub is very nice - and it looks really irish and authentic - inside is even a real tree! We just had a little veggie-burger...More