Ambiance was really awesome, with Irish-style music and dancing that I really enjoyed. In Disney, there’s not a lot of beer selection, but this place seems to offer the most interesting one. Prices are pretty high but, hey, its Disney ! Highly recommended for any beer lovers coming here, in search of good beers and good times.
I felt this was an enjoyable place. Good atmosphere, loved the entertainment (live irish music and dancing). I was pretty pleased (and surprised) by the local craft beer selection, including an Irish stout from Coppertail that I really loved. The food was just a little above average - had the fish and chips and while it was cooked well, it was a touch bland. Also, it’s Disney Springs so everything costs twice as much as it should, but that’s to be expected. It’s one of my favorite spots in DS though.
Have been there for lunch and for drinks. Wife had hard time finding something she wanted, they let her eat off Kid’s menu (pro tip). I had fish and chips, okay. Selection is standard Irish + a few others. Place is super clean and attractive. Not bad but we prefer others in the area for food and beer.
Stopped in on a visit recently for dinner. Fun atmosphere and decent food with surprisingly reasonable prices for being in Disney. A few decent selections like Two Hearted and Hopsecutioner. Seems like the best spot to stop for craft if in downtown Disney.
Fun Irish Bar in Downtown Disney. The server was attentive and friendly. The lineup is mediocre, at best. Standard Irish beers (Guinness, Harp, Smithwicks, etc.) with a few interesting bottles. The food is excellent. The prices are high, but not exorbitant for Disney. Overall, this is a good bar, and a fun place.
Definitely a cool place to visit. Fun Irish band and dancers, and pretty good food on the menu. It’s pricey, but hello, it’s Disney World. Everything is pricey. Decent selection of beer; some locals on tap and some good craft brews in bottles add some excitement to the list of usual standards. Relatively, considering the fact that it is in Disney World, the selection is awesome. Anyhow, its beer selection isn’t bad, and it would be a good time even if you did have to revert back to the old Guinness.
The place is definitely cool, Irish pub decor takes up the huge bar. A bit crowded though, too many booths/tables. Only one bartender was working which was a bit lame, and they were out of the beer I wanted. Their selection is pretty small, but they did have some neat bombers. A sub par tap selection, and 10 12oz bottles or so rounds up the selection. I did not get to order food, or see anyone eating. Prices are reasonable for the area.
Our hotel was a few blocks from this place when we went to Disney. This place is located in the downtown disney area. We were able to get out late after the parks had closed to find some beers. And luckly I remember doing some reasearch on Ratebeer about beer places in Disney. So we go in and there is a live Irish trio playing some folk music, along with one of those Irish tap dancer girl on stage. The place is nice looking and roomy. The service was good. Selection was a lot better than I expected, with about 25 taps and 40 or so bottles. Some options were Terripan, Bells, Orlando Brewing, Cigar City (jai ali, Maduro), Abita, Stone and many imports. They have options for samplers too. Overall a nice find in Disney,Orlando area, if you cant get away and go to Redlight.