- Traditional Celtic fare can be found at this family-run restaurant. The original location was on Southeast Hawthorne Boulevard, where the BridgePort Ale House now resides. Church pews and Celtic murals add to the pub's charm. Seats are often hard to come by, but the entertainment is worth the wait. A hearty Irish menu will help you put back a few stouts. The Beer Battered Halibut and Chips make for a great meal. Need a little protein boost? Have a Scotch Egg—sausage wrapped around a hard-cooked egg. Live music is offered nightly.
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friendly and amazing food
we come here periodically, and love the homey atmosphere and the staff. we began with a miller beer and a scotch, not sure what kind she had, which hit the spot. next we ordered the...
- posted on 10.24.12
- by Teresa M