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Many years ago we found this Irish Pub, We had several hours to fill in so what better place to choose. We ordered wedges with bacon, cheese and sour cream. Fortunately we only ordered one between us which we struggled to get through. Their orange...More
Set in a disused church it seems fitting that if it has to be a bar it is an Irish bar.
Good Guinness on tap (not the can with the surger plate gadget) and tastey food.
Has some good offers advertised and an outside seating...More
Great cosy atmosphere in an old church. Food servings were plentiful and food was good. We thought drinks were pretty dear but this is Melbourne so we guess this is the price you should expect to pay. A very good duo (guitarist & fiddler) started...More
We visited on a cold Suday afternoon, nice Irish style pub and very busy. We waited and eventually found a booth as we wanted to eat. They were advertising Sunday roast. There was an Irish duo singing which was so loud that the bar maid...More
Nice place to hang out. Friendly staff. Close to some great food.
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Central Business District
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