When I visited the pub there was lots of free places on 2 levels of the pub, in the same time there was absolutely no free places in pubs around. There is a nice view on the Ha’penny Bridge from above. Food is so-so. Overall quite ok.
AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 8/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 1/10 OVERALL 13/20
Relatively new pub with a prime location directly opposite the south side of the Ha’penny Bridge, although you wouldn’t know it given it makes good use of the older neo-classical building to suggest it is historic whilst still adhering to the typical Irish bar appearance. It’s probably too small for its purpose given the volume of tourists that pass this place and drop in, especially in the evening when live music plays, but apart from the staff and musicians you’d be hard pushed to find anyone Irish in here. This is mainly due to the extremely high prices, there’s no apologies made for the fleecing of the foreigners here. Has a fairly full selection of keg beers and ales as well as bottles.