Amazing little pub! Great live music, had to crowd up dancing! The screeching in was so much fun!! Sociables were tasty! A fantastic way to spend a Wednesday night in St. John’s 😊
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We had only one late night in Saint John’s, so we headed for George’s Street. Peeked into a few places, saw a fiddler in the window of O’Reilly’s and headed in. How lucky were we? There was Dave Panting of the Irish Descendants on guitar,...More
Came here on our last night of 3 week island tour and weren't disappointed. If you hadn't been screeched-in you could do it here. The entertainment (Irish Descendants) was good, but took a very long break, and the food was better than you would expect...More
It was very quiet when we visited on a Monday for supper. They were playing local music which we enjoyed. The food was OK. I had the newfie pouting that was pretty good. It could have used a bit more seasoning. My husband had the...More
O'Reilly's is well situated but has an awkward layout. The food is typical pub fare but is quite plentiful. The service is friendly but slow. The musician on the night we went was very good but next to impossible to hear above the noise.
This pub had really great music and large variety of beer. Music started more subdued with a solo folk singer and progressed to a 3 piece band with fiddler. Great vocals by all. Dance floor most inviting. Sat at bar and people watched....great fun.
The location is great on George Street and it's hard to walk by without seeing it. The service was OK, a little rough around the edges but attentive. The food was up to par.but nothing special. The cost was higher than it should be and...More
Local pub with a down home feel and friendliest staff I had fish and chips they were amazing Also pea soup is the best I have had O'Reilly's famous Irish Newfoundland Pub is one of a kind, located in the heart of Newfoundland's famous Entertainment...More