Yesterday we had a few beers here. Descent prices and friendly staff. They also have a jukebox machine so you can make all other guests listen to your music. Today we had cocktails and snacks, it was nice. The nachos was sold out. Sad!
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We always ended each evening here as it was convenient for our hotel. The staff were always friendly and the drinks and food a good price. There is a lovely beer garden at the back.
Looks like Irish pub as they looks every where around the world (except Ireland:). Noisy, funny and no quality of drinks and food. Food is simple, Guinness tastes as tenuous. Prices are middle-high.
went here in april with a group of lads,fantastic. To get irish beers on tap cheaper than in the uk got to be good, food also great recommend this place as a must visit if on a good night out in old town
Only jumped in here for quick bite to eat and a drink. Friendly staff and plenty of seats to sit with a smoking area outside in the back. Asked for some bread and butter but beware, they somehow thought putting dill in the butter would...More
If your looking for not just your average Irsih pub in the center of Riga that´s the place to go! Lots of different beer from Latvia, Ireland, Belgium and other European countries. The atmosphere was very good, especially because some of the furniture did not...More
The place looks quaint and like something you could just stroll bye without noticing. I am glad I took a chance and went in without having any knowledge of their online reviews. This was an amazing surprise. Their appetizer fried beef and chicken is also...More
We headed over to watch Ireland dessimate England, but the evening was almost ruined when a party of English fans on a stag weekend arrived. A few of them were very loud and abusive to staff, being a bit overly touchy feely. The poor waitress...More
A very busy and lively pub in the old town which serves excellent food and a range of beers including Guinness of course. Happy hour from 5 until 7pm provides cheap drink served by friendly local staff ( dressed in " Irish " fashion