We had lunch on a sunday afternoon and the restaurant was crowded, we got the last table available. Two servers were doing well and I have no service complaints. The highlight for me was the sweet potato fries, and for my boyfriend the french onion soup. He was disappointed in the Reuben he ordered, but said it tasted fine. I had the Chicken Cordon Bleu sandwich which was nothing more than a grilled chicken breast on a toasted roll with ham and swiss cheese. It was ok, and the price in line with the quality.
This local place to eat has good Irish style pub food. I have eaten here several times and it's been very good everytime. The main reason alot of people go here thou is because of the bar which is pretty full most of the time. They make a very good bloody mary which I recommend. Once you have been more then once you will probably be able to pick out the humorious Irish owner TJ Carmody, who is a blast to watch on St. Patricks day. St. Patricks day is probably the time that the bar is the most cramped, I mean it's PACKED! What do you expect it's an Irish pub on an Irish holiday. So if your looking for a good place this is the place to eat.
I have liked the food.The prices were'nt too bad.The service was fine.I thought the bartop was different.My first time in there was a day out with the girls and we had a great time!A lunchtime experience with a couple of kids in tow and we were still able to have an enjoyable experience.For a lunch relaxer it was cool,early supper decent.starter for night out topper. I recommend it.
I like Carmondy's. Their nachos are the best in S. Vermont. The Hamburgers are big and delicious. This is the restaurant we go to when we want to go out casually and have a good meal at a reasonable price.
The service was good- for the most part. The food on the other hand was not. The Buffalo WIngs were under cooked and had hardly any sauce on them. The waitress gave me a warning that they would be medium. They tasted like someone washed off the sauce- it was gross actually. The chef salad was a poorly put together bed of beat up iceberg lettuce and a few pieces of meat. Not impressed, walked away wondering if I would have salmonella later.
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