On the stomping heels of Riverdance, Irish pubs are a growth industry. This latest pub is also the first one located well outside the city core. This ... More
On the stomping heels of Riverdance, Irish pubs are a growth industry. This latest pub is also the first one located well outside the city core. This two-level space along one of Calgary's main drags is big on atmosphere and beer, with regular live Celtic music performances and Guinness, Harp and Kilkenny on tap. Curiously, the moderately priced menu wanders the globe from New Orleans to Athens, and could arguably benefit from some focus. There is an elevated patio for warm summer nights.
We go out a lot for dinner and drinks, and we used to go to Limerick's all the time, until recently. The service was so bad the last 3 times we have been there, that we will never go back or recommend going there to anyone else we know. It took over 30 mins for the waitress to even come over and greet us. The entire time we could see her standing at the bar. She finally came back to take our drink order but that was the last time we saw her. It has been such bad service the last few times we have been in there that I will never go back!!!! Their management should keep a closer eye on how the staff are treating their customer's!
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