Nice spot, great place for a quick bite and a good drink. Located near expressway and located at a nice hotel
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I didn't want a large dinner after arriving so late at night and so we head over to O'Malley's for some lighter fare. We were pleasantly surprised by the selection on the menu. I chose the farmer's panini and I was not disappointed. The ham was delicious in the sandwich and the sandwich ingredients melded together very well. I opted... More
I chose O'Malley's since it was located in my hotel. Very handy, but also very good. I chose their retro burger and it was done exactly to order. It was very tasty. On the downside, O'Malley's is another one of these spots who've succumbed to the "beer snobs." They don't offer a single domestic regular or light beer on tap.... More
Omalleys is a clean, nicely decorated bar with semi-friendly staff. The food smelled nice and appeared to be well received by guests but at nearly 12 dollars for one beer (without any entertainment and poor picture quality on the television screens I will not be back. 12 bucks a beer! Its cheaper at professional sports venues!!!
We came here with a prearranged bus group. I had the baked cod, flavor was good, but came to table cold, only one small piece of fish, about a tablespoon of rice and undercooked oversized vegetables. I was a bit disappointed in the meal . Would not order again
Was here during October and they had some dishes inspired by German snack food. The typical american dishes were better actually. The thing is the beer though! sample point for microbreweries in Michigan, and several great beers!
We were able to walk to this restaurant and were glad we did. The food was delicious and our server, Christina was very pleasant.
We really love Irish fare and the trinity is wonderful to have 3 types in one meal. The bread is to die for. The wait staff is friendly and makes you feel welcome and taken care of.
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