Set in a preserved ""down town"" with cobblestone walkways a truly Irish eatery and pub. Tall tables and chairs in some areas which is totally trendy intentional or not. Fine lobster, gourmet food, a bit pricey but justifiably so. Dine at your own pace, sit down or be served at the tables or more expediciousely in the bar room. The piece de la resistance is the ""yard"" of beer. 36"" (not really) tall of Killian's or any other brew. One would think they were in a true Irish tavern, affectionately appreciated even by those who only claim to be Irish in March.
Pros: Stately foyer with glass cubes
Cons: Not cheap