We enjoyed a few drinks and a meal here. Good service and good bar food, as expected of an Irish bar.
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Dropped in by chance and very pleased we did. Brendan behind the bar is an absolute gentleman and made us a feel very welcome.Food appeared very quickly and cannot fault it.When you get sick of burgers and want some fresh well cooked food come here....More
Great pint of Guinness and good fish and chips. The waitress was friendly and efficient. The prices were very reasonable. There was a quiz show on the TV in the bar (Jeopardy?) and all, and I mean all, the customers at the bar like to...More
We went here during our San Francisco visit. Sat on the bar and ordered just beer, no food (had it before somewhere else). Service was very attentive and nice. Is a good place as a foreign to experience an authentic evening in the city. After...More
Great bar service located within walking distance of Financial District. Very quaint bar with excellent food.
After a disappointment in trying to find good Irish coffee on a cold day, we headed for Kells. We had been here once before and had some great potato skins so hoped the coffee would be just as good. We were not disappointed. Kells seems...More
When you walk into an Irish restaurant with a menu you expect Shepard's pie (they have it), or other Irish fare (they have it). What I didn't expect were tri-tip beef sliders and mash potatoes, Bangers (sausage) and mash yes but not beef sliders. I...More
I have often ate in Irish bars in the US when looking for good fayre at a good price, didn't get that here - the standard of food was well above that level. My potato skins and burger were excellent...but J's chowder and pork dish...More
We literally stumbled on this Irish pub while wandering around trying to find some eats after leaving the wharf area. A cozy little establishment tucked away near Chinatown and the financial district, it had an old world Irish charm. We arrived early enough for dinner...More