Great choice of food and atmosphere. Entre prices start at more than $10 but some of us had leftovers.
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Sometimes the "irish pub" is just a PR branding front. Not in this case. This is the real deal. Had Corned Beef and cabbage and a Guinness at the bar. Left very pleased.
Our family and friends have enjoyed brunches together at Ireland's Four Provinces so I thought it would be a good choice for Mother's Day. I was wrong, and I won't return. I made reservations early, and then was called the day before Mother's Day to...More
Not a cheap place but the food is great. You can sit inside, which is low-lit and good for celebratory dinners or couples, or sit outside by the bar.
We've been a half dozen times, always in nice weather so we can sit outside. Have had their brunch which was very nice. Also have ordered from the menu, which ended up with meals that we thought were pretty much average. We'll go back, but...More
This establishment serves the best food in the area. Many of the items are authentic Irish dishes cooked and served by an excellent staff. Our meals were great tasting and the wait time was minimal. They have one of the best selections of Irish Whisky...More
Friendly prompt service both for drinks at bar and food in a booth. One had a cider, another a custom special margarita, I had a craft beer. shared nachos and all enjoyed a tasty Irish meatball soup.
We have business meetings in town every year at this time and we always make sure to come here at least once. Whether we interact with the owners or their team, we are treated well and have authentic Irish fare. Don't forget to truin a...More
This is the place to come for traditional Irish fair for sure and definitely on St. Patrick's Day. It's about as authentic as you can get. The corned beef and cabbage is as good as you can get, the Irish breakfast is spot on. My...More