It is an unwritten rule that every Baltimore neighborhood must have at least one Irish pub, and this busy establishment fills Canton's quota in ... More
It is an unwritten rule that every Baltimore neighborhood must have at least one Irish pub, and this busy establishment fills Canton's quota in spades. It's not so much the meat-and-potatoes menu, or the pictures of Irish musicians adorning the walls that make this such a great pub. The spirit of the place is what makes it so special. Whether you're in the bar for a Guinness, or in the dining room feasting on Rack of Lamb, you'll be sure to smile.
you should know that the owners / managers tend to write in the comments telling you how great everything is. this place is not great they are thugs and they treat the workers the same way. I worked there for a week I was told 40 hours when i met my schedule it was 70 hours i asked and was told someone quit I shrugged it off as its kinda normal. my second day i came to work all of the cooks quit it was me the chef and the owner (who only barked orders and slurs). I closed out the week with them and said i wouldnt be able to be what they were looking for well they didnt pay me. and still had the nerve to leave a letter on my apartment door asking me back. you want to support them with your business go ahead be their guest. i'll support someone else like the parrot who appreciates you as a costumer.
I can't believe how many people say they like this place! it was awful!! I gave it a 2nd and 3rd try, equally horrible. the staff seem like they hate their jobs and the dude who I guess was the manager or owner looked like he was tweeking on coke! never again will I go there.
Is your time short. Your taste buds asleep. Then Claddagh's is the place for you. Let's begin with the dish water flavored shrimp. Followed by the less then desirable angis beef portion. The ruff cut and chewy texture was enough to scream pizza!!! In fact, nearly everything at Claddagh's is a case of immiseration.