At Shades of Green, located near Union Square, all shades point towards the Emerald Isle. This pub is bedecked as a traditional Irish pub through and ... More
Shades of Green
At Shades of Green, located near Union Square, all shades point towards the Emerald Isle. This pub is bedecked as a traditional Irish pub through and through. Shades is a family-run establishment serving pub foods like Shepherd's Pie and Fish & Chips. At the bar up front, the bartenders know how to pour a Guinness right and same goes for the lethal mixing of the Irish Car Bomb. The dining room in the back is quieter and provides a bit more intimacy. If you get too sloppy to go home, there's accommodation available above. So start singin' Danny Boy!
Fantastic Herb infused Cod; Awesome Classic Apple Pie: cinnamon strawberry; ask for JP (co-owner manager)--he s the greatest! Wall St power lunch / dinner at half the price--great food--great service--
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