Great food and atmosphere. The wait staff wear authentic kilts, even the men. Affordable lunch prices.
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A group of colleagues and I had a wonderful dinner together at Nicholson's, and that led us to hold a young alumni event at the pub several evenings later. From what I understand the staff was fantastic to work with, and we had a great...More
It was okay - but nothing particularly special. The buffalo chicken bites were unusually good but the reuben was just so-so. The others in our group enjoyed the crustless quiche and salad.
I enjoyed this restaurant so much the first time around that I was dismayed to have such a disappointing experience on my second visit. Even though I made reservations well in advance, we were seated at a cramped table in the bar. Our server seemed...More
Easy to find, excellent service ( and staff wears kilts), plenty to choose from on the menu and probably the best Calamari we have ever had.
Having wandered over to Nicholson’s for a late lunch mid-afternoon, I was nonetheless a tad surprised to see that I was the only patron at that time since I’d seen it reviewed as bustling and hopping. I was surprised again that they were kind enough...More
Great location, so convenient to the theater but make sure you make reservations! The fried chicken and cheese dip appetizer are a must try!
The best place downtown if you're looking for a wide variety of craft imports and domestic, bourbon and scotch. Even have a variety of proprietors blend bourbon products available and always reasonably priced. The food is consistently excellent. Amazing place to visit before shows and...More
I enjoyed my food, but I believe the restaurant oversold its reservations versus the capacity of the kitchen to handle it. I deliberately made a 5:30 pm reservation for a 7:00 pm show across the street at Aronoff. Our food (two burgers) didn't arrive at...More
Busy tavern & pub right across from the Aronoff. Stopped in for a few drinks before the show. The Irish interior & exterior is cool and authentic. The bartenders even wear kilts! Very cool place...check it out!