Local joint. Reasonable beers. 5 alarm chili was fine. Pizza just ok. Wings not great. I'd say have the ale and avoid the beef...
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I've been going to Dunanways since they opened. I am still amazed at the taste, quality, variety of menu items and overall atmosphere. I challenge anyone to pick anything on the menu that isn't the best value you've had --- from a pub! It's a...More
The sandwiches are okay, but they really, really shine with their pizza (which is strange because it's Irish themed.) The pizza crust is delicious and chewy, they do not skimp on the toppings. They do not fry their chicken wings, (or fry anything for that...More
We stopped here on the way back to work for a quick lunch. It's an average pub, not too bad and not that great. Definitely not a multi-course restaurant. I had the chicken tenders and they were probably the best I've had in years! Bar...More
Ok irish food and the beer is cold. The service is average to poor. The bar tender had an attitude. Don't go to eat after 8 pm cause the crowd becomes rowdy and it ends up being more of a bar than a restaurant.
This is a wonderful neighborhood Irish Pub that just has a relaxed feel. The wait staff are friendly and helpful. Now, having said that this is not a 7 course meal type Pub. Mostly all they have are cold and hot sandwiches but let me...More
We each ordered a beer on tap and all the beer on tap were not cold... Almost (but not quite) room temperature. My fiancé and I both ordered the 1/2 portion of the roast beef sandwich (which is literally 1/2 of a hamburger bun bought...More