This is probably my favorite Irish pub in Dallas. The Guinness is pretty much always great and the food selection is pretty standard. A wide variety of crowds depending on the day. Sundays tend to be more family oriented and Mondays they have poker nights. If you like soccer, this is the place. Typically pretty busy on weekends and more relaxed during the week. They also have a pretty good rotating tap and a wide selection of bottled beer as well. Fun place!
One of the better Irish Pubs in town. Nice rotation of well known beers, cool pub atmosphere, better than average food and neat Irish bands if you are into that sort of thing. Not a bad place for a beer at all. Selection isn’t going to satisfy beer geeks like me very much, but overall a cool place.
Nice Irish pub style atmosphere. The bands playing on the weekend tend to be a distraction for me though as I don’t like the style of music. It’s fitting I suppose for the venue though. No smoking inside is a huge plus, although it’s also illegal it’s never been allowed here.
Service is hit or miss. Sometimes excellent, sometimes quite lackluster.
Selection, for what this place is, is pretty good. They don’t come near the selection of the better beer bars in town, but they do pretty well at carrying all the German and English craft mainstays.
If you’re visiting from out of town, probably not worth a trip, but a nice place to visit if you’re in the area for good beer drinking.
Stopped in for a brief couple of pints a few weeks ago. It was in the middle of the afternoon on a Wednesday so the place wasn’t very crowded. Seems like a pretty chill place. The bartender wasn’t too chatty but I didn’t much care. The tap list was mediocre but they did feature some solid Texas brews including Franconia. I liked their bottle list and even found something I hadn’t tried yet. Nice stop since it’s right off the tracks.
The atmosphere was amazing; it was almost like walking into an actual pub, except for the high noise before the band. They do live music every weekend that is pretty good if you want to listen but if you go to talk it can be a bit loud. The service came with a smile even though both the waitress and bartender looked a bit overwhelmed. They have a large selection of craft beers and a good set on tap with about three of the taps being on rotation. The food is hearty and tastes good which isn’t easy with some of their dishes. Everything seems perfectly priced for what you get and some actually seems a little under priced. If you are wanting a nice quiet place to relax on the weekends I’d say go somewhere else but if you want good food, good beer and good company this would be a place to try.
Went there for my first time today and had breakfast. It was great. They were showing a live (Ireland v. Scotland, Ireland won, natch!) rugby match. No cover, either! Great beer selection, I had Real Ale’s Phoenix and Left Hand’s Fade to Black Smoked Baltic Porter. Both were fantastic beers! Had a sausage breakfast sandwich, I can rate it highly as well. The crowd was boisterous, as only rugby fans can be, and the staff were knowledgeable, capable, and professional. Highly recommended!
Have frequented trinity hall several times.. Both times after training.. The bar staff was ok, until a co-worker was noticed by the owner and everything changed after that. We got exceptional service then after.. Food is quite good and the selection of Beers and Liquor is exceptional.. Enjoy...