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A lot of history in this building. Been there over a hundred years. It's a must see for history buffs and the food is very good and reasonable. A neighborhood place where regulars meet in a relaxed family friendly atmosphere. A must see when in...More
I was talked into going here on New Years eve to ring in the New Year. First of all the seating was odd we were seated at a table that just seemed to be pushed in its spot. Several tables said reserved but were never...More
Whenever we get down to AC we always try to visit the Irish Pub for dinner.Always good food. Place has a lot of history to it. Went to pick up a friend from a red eye flight out of Atlantic City Int. Airport last December...More
Worked, drank and had great fun here as a student in the summers of 1970, 71 and 72. My memories are none of your business!!! I have not been back since 1972, but in order to submit this review I will pull a date out...More
Must try Guinness on tap, plus daily specials are very good. place has gift shop which is very cool also rooms for rent on top. very rich history to it did I mentioned you must try Guinness on tap. food is very tasty and $...More
Response from Crazy2Ski | Reviewed this property |
No, the rooms do not have air conditioning. However, due to the proximity of the location, usually there is a nice breeze off the ocean. Conversely, the Inn portion of the pub does not have heat either. Consequently, that... More
No, the rooms do not have air conditioning. However, due to the proximity of the location, usually there is a nice breeze off the ocean. Conversely, the Inn portion of the pub does not have heat either. Consequently, that is one of the reasons the Inn operates only during late spring, summer, and closes in the fall.
Regardless, if you are interested in history, and want to get a feel of how travelers experienced Atlantic City 100 years ago, it is worth staying there. Can't beat the price, and I've always had a great experience every time I've been there.
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"I don't think there is a good room. Last resort chioce only."