We enjoyed the food so much we ended up eating here Friday night and again Sunday for brunch. Enjoyed the live Irish music on Sunday.
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We lucked into Bull Feeney’s trying to escape a downpour and am glad we did. While we waited for things to clear up we shared a superior lobster Benedict and a couple of beers. The Guinness is the kind that comes straight from Ireland with...More
I literally reviewed this place a couple years ago and because of the rudeness decided not to come back Well here I am with a friend from out of town and she wanted to hear live music so I thought maybe it’s gotten better Once...More
My family and I came across this delightful laid back restaurant tucked into an old, historic building in Portland. We were not sure what we were in the mood for but the variety of options on the menu drew us in. Great beer and scotch...More
We walked into yesterday in this old building full of nostalgia and character. An Irish pub it is with four October Fest beers on tap currently. We were greeted and asked to seat ourselves as it was an early lunch and the restaurant was empty...More
Unfortunately we only stayed in Portland for the one night on our Road Trip and I had researched a few different places to dinner but we could not make up our minds so decided on Bull Feeney's. Not the best choice and despite the servers...More
Nice place, good range of Whiskeys and Beers, tastefully decorated and respectful to the Irish roots its attempting to replicate. Not noisy - and with a horseshoe bar you can sit quietly have a nice pint and chill out, food is good and the staff...More