Be careful. Definitely donít drink anything. Went into Dublinís Cellar to try some beers on a Saturday afternoon because I heard they had a good selection. The manager, working the bar, poured me a glass of what was supposed to be a dark ale. In fact, it was a glass of the acidic cleaning solution they use to clean out the lines. Nice quality control. Almost had to go to the hospital, but was able to get away with severely burned inside of mouth and throat. Owner refuses to talk to me. Go to this place at your own risk.
AMBIANCE 2/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 9/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 16/20
Used to be Willyís (see previous ratings under that entry). The bar feels more like a sports bar than an Irish pub. My server was really friendly, very attentive, and honest about her lack of beer knowledge (though she was trying new beers). The number of taps is pretty impressive for the area, but Iím concerned that the beers arenít being cared for. They were out of Trois Pistoles, so I asked for a sample pour of their Chambly Noire. I was glad Iíd asked for the sample, as it was absolutely flat. Not a hint of carbonation left. The bartender did make a note to pass on to the owner, so hopefully this wonít happen often. I didnít try the food, but looked at the menu and the prices seemed very reasonable. The fare looked to be typical pub grubsandwiches, etc, and pizza. I would definitely return, as they had several Unibroue offerings on tap at very reasonable prices. The smoking area is one of their outside patios in the back. It was nice to be able to taste my beer without having to inhale cigarette smoke.