Housed in an old Irish hostelry, this authentic pub is popular with all The City's ethnicities, local and visiting alike. The brick walls are covered ... More
Housed in an old Irish hostelry, this authentic pub is popular with all The City's ethnicities, local and visiting alike. The brick walls are covered in photos, antiques and many other things Irish and there is a wide selection of beers and spirits. The food is an interesting Celtic-California combo, served while UK rock plays in the background. Enjoy a burger & fries or grilled salmon and a pint.
Generous pours, good food, and friendly atmosphere make this place a good after-work or weekend visit for a few drinks with friends. And I try to make it in at least once a month. We always congregate here after the Chinese New Year Treasure Hunt to recap our adventure. The conessional is a great, intimate table setting...be careful what you disclose!
This is a legit Irish pub, complete with farmer's plate (gnarly cheese and a hunk of bread, to be eaten for lunch with a pint), bangers and beans (with fancy sausages) and fish/chips.
This place can get crowded during lunch and after work, but the food is definitely worth the wait. The establishment is tucked down an alleyway and has quite a bit of outdoor seating.
I like the Irish Bank because it has a distinct pub feel. There are nooks and a fire. It also has a confessional where 2 people can eat. The food is traditional and the Guiness is good. It can be really noisy, but I think that just adds to the charm.