The former darkish pub has been made over into a pretty, open restaurant and bar with exposed brick, chic colors, and cushy booths. Both the bar food -- chicken quesadillas, calamari, Buffalo wings -- and the more creative menu are quite good. The sandwiches and wraps are good, too.
This is truly a gem and not at all what you might expect from a restaurant with an Irish name. The menu is periodically updated with selections to meet anyone's tastes. The staff is long-term and get to know regular customers on a first name basis. Food is well prepared and presented and is always delicious. Ambiance is great with plenty of TV's for watching sports, pool tables and outdoor patio.