Great location on State, good food and great drinks, Inexpensive and close to a bunch of other restaurants within walking distance to State and Rush Streets
We ate here as we could not get into any other restaurant in the area due to the fact it was Friday night. The atmosphere is what you'd expect, a loud bar. We had the corned beef Reuben. Nothing special. Corned beef was dry an not flavorful. Iced tea tasted like it was from a powder mix. Fries were average.... More
Just walking around Chicago and stumbled into this. Very dark, which I prefer and very noisy, which I did enjoy as well. Ok service and my calamari was fantastic. My friend ordered the mushroom appetizer and that was delish as well. My other friend ordered the crab cakes, and what a sorry excuse for crab cakes. Paper thin and little... More
Their outdoor sign reads "a taste of Ireland in Chicago" so our group of five trusted it would be like an Irish pub. The loud rock music gave us a collective headache - definitely not Irish. Two of us ordered the "Irish Beef Stew" - we asked the waiter what was the spice that permeated the flavor and he said... More
We stopped at this place as it was very close to our hotel on our first night. We got to Chicago late and needed to eat something, saw the sign of this place and went in. It's a pretty simple, down-to-earth place, we mostly had burgers, fries and other pub fare. Everything was good, I mean, it's burger and fries...... More
My Chicago pal told me that we HAD to come here as a last stop at night for what she says is the best Oysters Rockefeller ever - and I can say I agree! It's an oldie but a goodie, non-fancy pub with a full bar, friendly bartender and really good food - everyone was eating.
The minute you walk in the door, you feel welcome. Great food. Great variety. Burgers yes awesome apps yes. Irish specialties. Of course You have to order the portobello mushroom appetizer. We go just for that. Insanely delicious!
I was in Chicago Easter weekend and had the opportunity to visit Dublin's. My fiance and I got hungry and it was late at night. The restaurant at Hotel Indigo was closed so we asked someone at the front desk what they suggested and they told us to go to Dublin's. The food and service were incredible! I had the... More
We stumbled upon this pub when we couldn't get a table at Tavern on Rush. We just wanted a drink and some quick appetizers before we went to dinner. This place has a great location, an average staff, and surprisingly good bruschetta(for an Irish Pub). It was crowded, but we were seated right away. This is a cool little place... More
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