This is a typical sports bar atmosphere. The bar is fully stocked with any liquor you could want. They have probably 15 or so beers on draft and usually 3 or 4 microbrews. They keep Guinness on tap always. The Turtle has an excellent selection of bottled beer.
On weekend nights they often have a DJ playing music way too loud in such a small bar. DJ's set up huge speakers right next to the tables you may be sitting at and procede to try to deafen the entire place. I love music as much as anyone, but sometimes the decibel level in the Turtle is insane. I will not go in there on friday or saturday nights because of this. On weekends it is basically a college bar anyway....usually a lot more guys than girls.
The food is good.. not overpriced. The burgers and wings are tasty. This is not a family atmosphere after 8pm. If I were going to take children to the turtle it would be before 7:30pm. They have a kids menu, which is nice.
If you go to watch a sporting event be forewarned... the tv's all hang really high in the bar area and a stiff neck will be in order for sure. Grab a table in the dining room there are tv's right at the tables that are much better to watch an event on. The tables and stools they have in the bar are solid wood and not very comfortable at all, another reason to sit in the dining room.
This is a great BAR. This is not a good dinning restaurant. They have casual food, great appetizers and amazing happy hour specials. Thursdays are 1/2 price appetizers untill 6!! Great full service bar.
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