LOVE LOVE the food, and the atmosphere, however only gets three stars because the service sucks!!! Each time we have been in there the wait staff is NOT friendly, and seems like they are always going on break mid meal. NOT COOL...I have only been in there during the lunch times on weekends so maybe they save the good staff for nights? Dunno, but they could really use some friendly and courteous wait staff...
I love Kell s but have not been for a while. I wanted to go there for lunch with my visiting son and my grandson but did not realize it was not open during the weekday. So disappointed. Otherwise, I truly believe they make the BEST Reuben sandwich in town so will miss this chance to have one. Bummer.
We really like this place a lot and we do visit when we have a chance, I would reccomend this place to all. The one thing though that I have seen and we only go during lunch is that the service is starting to go down hill.
After we finally received our food after several others that ordered after us, we never had the attendant come to our table and to check on us. There should be service after the sale.
Very LOUD bar. If you are trying to talk with someone you are on a date with AVOID this place at all costs!! If you are trying to get wasted with your friends/significant other then go to this place.. seems like it'd be a fun place for that.. where listening isn't required but drinking is.
Kells is your typical Irish pub…in a good way. The staff is friendly, it’s clean, and you do feel a bit Irish when you’re in there. One nice thing about Kells was that they didn’t plaster the entire place with Guinness paraphernalia and shout, “OK NOW WE’RE AN IRISH PUB!” The décor was cool and fun to look at. They’ve got a big huge stone fireplace to welcome you when you walk in, a good number of tables and cozy private booths, and also a large bar to sit at. Our waiter told us that they have live music 7 days a week, including an open jam session on Sundays. You can see photos of Kells at my website www.thebeerfather.com/?p=68
The one time I went there, it didn't live up to all the hype. Too crowded and noisy because it's in the heart of the tourist and party part of downtown. The oyster and kidney pie sounded like it would be good, but unfortunately wasn't.
I don't see what the big deal is about this bar but I supose it's just not my style. It didn't do a thing for me. Over priced menu & drinks. Slow service. Youngsters pick up place I guess......I couldn't wait to get outta there and move on to the Boiler Room.
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