Stopped in for late meal while traveling. Warm, casual atmosphere. Service was really good. Had 2 of the irish stews which were really good as well. Very large place.
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Fun pub setting with plenty of seating. Food was very good as was service from staff. Bar had a large selection of Wisconsin brewed beers on tap. Ordered the blue gill dinner and got 8 nice sized blue gill filets and two sides.
Stopped at Erin's to watch the packer game with friends. Great Irish whiskey great service. Ordered corned beef and cabbage. It was so salty I should have sent back and made the chef (haha) eat it. It was terrible. Yuck. Ruined a perfect afternoon.
Food was very good with attentive Staff. Large variety of draft beer. I had the beef stew which was vey good. My husband had the raspberry salad and we had the cheesecake which was delicious. Would definitely eat here again.
We had an evening dinner at Erin's Pub while passing through Madison. I have always liked Irish food and found this place to be very authentic. I had the shepherds pie which was terrific, my wife had the Ruben with French Onion soup. We always...More
My wife and I were recently in Madison to attend a family wedding. We needed a place for dinner on a Friday evening and, of course, really wanted a Fish Fry since we were in Wisconsin. Our hotel suggested this Irish Pub and I figured,...More
Nice food and personel. Good prices too. We enjoyed the terrace outside. Since it seems it is the only restaurant in the area, it is nice that it is nice
We had our supper there as we were passing through. I love Irish food when it is authentic, and this certainly was. I had the shepherds pie which actually had lamb in it. It did also have some ground beef, but the meat was good....More
We had the cottage pie, surf and turf special and burgers. The cottage pie was very good with choice beef. Surf and turf was perfectly cooked. Burger was exactly what we wanted.
A light rain welcomed me back into town after my lighthouse trip. I needed to take a wee bit of the nip of cold off my chest and decided to dine at Erin’s Snug. Here’s a tad bit of history that I learned while waiting...More