The fish and chips didn't look anything like the online photos that made us choose this place in the first place. The flavors were ok, and the drink prices were excellent. Karaoke singers were hella good. Seemed like a fun, cheerful local gathering.
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Visited for dinner on a weekday evening. Several rooms in historic building. Waitress cheerful and attentive. Good selection of draft beers. Prices of some entrees higher than expected for casual atmosphere. Caesar salad with chicken and chicken sandwich with homemade chips quite good.
We had a very poor experience at Paddy's. Wait service was poor with a long delay - over 1.5 hr wait. When the food arrived it was a poor portion and very mediocre. Although I have had better service in the past - it has...More
It's a pub in a very old house, itself loaded with history. The pub grub is above average (try the Reuben sandwhich), beer is cold and the crowd is sociable. Friday nght is steak night. Menu steaks are at a reduced price or you can...More
Easy walk from the Opera House in Charles Town, we enjoyed an after-performance meal of Shepherd's Pie and a "Gaelic Shish kabob," Congenial wait staff happily served my non-drinking companion an Irish coffee(s), sans whiskey. Wonderful old structure, lots of wood, could have been Erin...
We stopped here for dinner and got the burger with the homemade chips. The burger was delicious, filling, and a bit messy as all the best ones are. Their homemade potato chips are absolutely scrumptious. Very reasonable prices.
I ordered the fish and chips and really liked them. The service was good (well, I was the only one in the restaurant at the time, but still) and felt welcomed there. The old building that houses the pub is really charming and perfectly suited...More
We only stopped by for a couple of drinks and thought it was a nice place and had a good pub atmosphere. Being from the DC area the drink prices were amazing.