Who knew... The locals that's who. Good service and good food. For a bar, it was pretty clean. The biscuits and gravy were a big hit. Plus, there rye bread is very tasty. My wife liked her veggie omelette. Give it a try.
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We stopped in expecting typical Irish bar food. It was what we expected butt a much better. What really made the evening was the quick relationship we started up with Paddy the owner. A very friendly man and the bartender who happens to be his...More
The bar is fine, the memorabilia is interesting, the food is average and the service is slow. Nice selection of beers Interesting menu but the cook doesn't know what medium rare means
A typical Irish Public House. Noisy in the bar area, good selection of liquors, and beers. The menu is not extensive, however a good selection of entrees and sandwiches. Their onion soup is scratch made and is well worth trying. I spoke to the chef...More
I had dinner twice at Paddy's while in the area for work for ten weeks. Each time I had the prime rib. I wasn't disappointed either time. Each time I was there with a group of nine or more. No wait for a table. A...More
Until smoking was banned in Virginia restaurants this place was so cloudy one could not see the food much less taste it. Nothing special about the menu and the steaks were barely average.
Wasn't expecting much from a pub, but we were mistaken. We've been three times and have had their Ruben sandwhich each time, so I may not be able to speak to all their food, but I keep coming back for that sandwhich. Soooo good. The...More