Beautiful area nestled in the town of Harper's Ferry. Delicious food and homemade chips that were out of this world!
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Tourist in Harpers Ferry---Small place and cluttered indoors at the bar but they do have a dining area inside and out. The manager is hectic but fun and works hard. Fun to watch the dynamic of the group between him and the other workers.
Harper's Ferry is a fun place to visit filled with history and Pvt. Quinn's Pub was great place for a really good lunch experience. I had a wonderful crab cake sandwich and eating outside watching the train go by just added to the experience.
We came to Private Quinn's Pub after a day of hiking. It's in a great location, right across from the train station and its top deck is a great place to land for a well deserved beer. The building itself is old, which I found...More
Stopped in for lunch with my boyfriend when we visited Harpers Ferry for hiking. The outdoor seating was full, and we were the only ones sitting inside on the lower level, but service was prompt and the food was good. Next time, we might sit...More
My friends and I, 4 people total, wandered in to this place solely because it was an Irish pub and were hungry. The day was overcast and chilly. Their downstairs dining room was closed, forcing us to go upstairs (through a tight, narrow, 1 person...More
We wandered in for something to eat during our visit to Harper's Ferry. I had a reuben sandwich and a beer, it wasn't bad but I thought it was a bit expensive for the area. The place was very busy and we were seated near...More