Hold down Control (PC) or Command (Mac) key + mouseclick to select more than one option
Posted by Fitzgerald B. on 03/08/2013
We just returned from this restaurant; the food was fine, but this was one of the few times in my life that I did not leave a tip for the server. First, we waited for ten minutes after we sat down before the server even came over to us (even though he had made eye contact with me twice). Then, he asked that obnoxious question "have we been waiting long?" (Yes, we had.) After the food came out, he never checked on us (and our drinks ran out); we had to ask the hostess for a check (which the server then brought out with an attitude). All in all, I've had better service elsewhere.
Posted by Laura on 05/11/2009
I went for the first time to Chief O'Neils's on Sunday for Mother's Day Brunch. Having been to several Mother's Day brunch's throughout the years. This was the first time that the fee for the brunch didn't include coffee or beverages like juice. So overall price for what we got was pretty hefty and not worth it.
Posted by Dave from Lakeview on 12/30/2007
we do here a lot, and keep coming back for the great irish grub....kudos to the shepard's pie; bangers; also for, of course, the corned beef - both the dinner and the sandwich...we can't wait for the pub to go smoke free...was the only hangup to really enjoying it here....and even then we could go to the (much more formal) dining room.... we also enjoy the wonderful music...which sometimes is just spontaneous from the folks there.... go ... enjoy
Posted by caryl on 03/03/2007
we were there on a friday and the fish fry was amazing-the atmosphere great and the service swift-we were on our way to ablues concert and time was short. Was at the same location when it was one of our favorite neighborhood pubs-hubby olayed darts there-but a great transition that didn't make us miss the old place. Look forward to trying the outdoor garden area in the summer.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/02/2006
If you havent been go. The entire location is beautiful- you must meet the owner Brendon and if you are lucky enough to catch him performing you wont regret it. The food is generous and delicious . Great twist on traditional dishes and classic Irish fare. Go enjoy