Visited on an early Friday evening. The place is on the main thoroughfare of the Highlands. Close to a lot of other bars and shops. Street parking only. The place struck me as an old-timey pub. Lots of old wood work and ornate carving. Nice European style pub. The draft list was pretty nice as well. Plenty of craft beers on tap, and it was actually a bit difficult to decide what I wanted. They let me try a couple before committing to a full pour. I had a gose and it came in a wine glass. Super friendly service. The bartender shook my hand when I got there, and again when I left and thanked me for coming in. I can appreciate that. All around, this place was pretty cool. I would visit again if in the area.
American version of an Irish bar. Excellent location that but you may have to look around on some side streets to find parking. Large wooden bar and plenty of seating, including a lot of booths inside the main bar. Also have a great padio area as well as a second bar outside. And there is a indoor carriage house bar detached from the main building. About 15 to 20 craft beers on tap and a decent selection of bottled beers. On Wednesday’s they have pint nights where they tap a couple of different craft beers and you get to keep the breweries glasses. Beers typically run around $4.50 - $6.50. Wait staff may or may not have knowledge of their beers, just depends on who you get. I’ve always had good service here, wait staff and bar tenders are very attentive, even on crowded nights. Food is typical American Irish fare, I’ve never had a bad meal here. Definitely worth a stop by.
tmongoose (108) Louisville, Kentucky | May 2, 2012| Updated December 25, 2014
decent irish pub with big wooden bar. great outdoor area to the side and in the back. the food was decent enough and the draft beer selection is pretty nominal in the fact they do better than their other bar around the corner. all things said and done i would and will go back as i can. maybe 20 draft selections many more in bottles. fish and chips are a good standby
I’ve only been during the days, I’ve had no problems or real complaints. Bar is beautiful, the beer selection is okay at most, the service and value were acceptable, and overall it’s worth a stop if you’re thirsty or have some friends that fit into their night time clientelle, of the more douchey manner, that won’t venture anywhere other than sterile boring places. Totally better than 4th Street Live though.
A match for a walk down the street. Clean Irish pub with a wood bar in the middle and tables all around and patio outside the side door. Freindly service with good knowledge of selection of 20 taps. All beers on tap were average to good and very mutch like other bars in area. I enjoyed a quick visit and one beer.
Pretty nice bar. I like to go here during the week as it gets pretty packed on the weekends. Nice beer selection and some of the best bar food you could ask for. Reasonable prices as well and good service. Solid pub.