The Livonia location opened in 2004 and is located on Haggerty Road between six and seven mile right next to Schoolcraft College. The ivy-covered ... More
Claddagh Irish Pub
The Livonia location opened in 2004 and is located on Haggerty Road between six and seven mile right next to Schoolcraft College. The ivy-covered building sits right next to a peaceful stream and a small protected wetlands are that you will notice as you cross the bridge from the parking lot. The outside of the pub has two cozy patios with seating for over one hundred people. The inside of the building has a massive forty seat bar in the center equipped with flat screens, a 102 projector, a pool table, golden tee and darts. Surrounding the bar on all sides are private dining rooms that seat anywhere from eight to one hundred people. The two larger dining rooms contain stone fireplaces that really enhance the ambiance of your experience. Whether you're looking for a quick lunch, an after work drink, a late night party, a romantic dinner, or a large party we will be here to accommodate you! Pop on in, grab a pint and take a tour, and we'll show you what the Claddagh Irish Pub is all about. Slainte!
I think it looks like Irish pub, very nice interior. We stopped in for a couple of drinks. We sat at the bar very good service. We order the caggage and corned beef egg rolls good flavor but could of used a little more meat and my husband ordered the scotch egg he said it was the best one he had ever had!
The only negative was -- we have collection of glasses from different restaurants that we have visited on our travels so we asked to purchase 2 glasses to take with us and we got home and I unwrapped them, the glasses were dirty! one had lipstick on it and I don t wear lipstick, I thought they would at least sell us new glasses.
Just want to let everyone know that TheCladdagh is wonderful. We have eaten there for years. Sometimes service is excellent other times not so good, but new waitstaff has to learn somewhere and what they do for the common good makes them #1. The fundraisers they do benefit everyone. My daughter is an Irish stepdancer and never hesitates to volunteeer to dance for any of their fundraisers. This year it has been the lukemia and just tonight the breast cancer awareness fundraiser. The people were wonderful and welcomed the girls and boys from the Tim O'Hare school of Irish Dance, but were there for a purpose.........Hopefully they were able to break the Guinness Book of World Records, not only for fun......(drinking a shot of Jameson's) but hopefully on the way to eradiate this cancer. HATS OFF TO THE CLADDAGH IRISH PUB FOR PROMOTING THESE FUNDRAISERS.
My fiance and I went there a few days ago, and it was horrible. The service was horrible and slow. The steak was tough and cooked well beyond medium. They were slow with drinks.
I should mention that we went there a time before this, and had a different watier, and the experience was much much different. I ordered their dual filets at that time, and they were great.
I guess the bad xp outweighed the good tho, b/c my fiance vowed never to go back there again...
We thought it was amazing! My boyfriend and I went, enjoied everything, the people were wonderful, management was perfect, and the food was delicious! The stuffed pork chops are some of the best we've had!
Pricey for 1 piece of fish! I had the corned beef and cabbage Horrible! deli sliced corned beef on top of cabbage potatoes and carrots swimming in a beef based broth, what an insult for an irish pub come on!!! won't be back
Pricey but wonderful. We go there on special occasions like birthdays. I have been there three times and have always ordered the grilled salmon (done to perfection). They have great traditional things like bangers and mash. In fact we are going there this Friday.