One of Colorado Springs’ landmark Irish pub locations with a very comfortable relaxed environment full of songs, traditional cuisine, dancing, and jigs. It is the central location where the local Irish meet, greet, and sing. Outside of being too crowded and not finding a seat, the establishment has never let me down for fun, frolick, and good times. Perfect place to meet friends and have fun. Great service, friendly staff, and all out great business. Rated: 5 stars out of 5Visited 2/25/11.
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A great little Irish/English pub in the heart of the Nurnberg Old Town. It’s an authentic traditional Irish pub located on one of the most beautiful medieval streets in the city; housed in a four story 12th century building, next to Club Sixteen; it encompassed the first two floors and basement. Decorated with old timber, uneven stairs, and rough stone walls – it brings the charm of Ireland into Germany. Great whiskey and cottage pie. I’ve heard good things about the fish n’ chips and the beer as well. Staff was great. Rating: 5 stars out of 5.
A quaint little hole-in-the-wall pub down by the docks in downtown Seattle, off Marion and Post has the typical Irish pub festivities one would expect: drinkin’, hollerin’, and party’ing. Good music, good times. Staff very friendly and great cheap food specials before 6 pm. I had the fish n’ chips – which were pretty good as well as the fries, though meager portions. The blueberry vodka n’ tonic was pretty good was well. Apparently got me smelling like blueberries through the evening. Rating: 4 stars out of 5.