Lots of different restaurants have occupied this space over the past few years, so it will be interesting to see if this one makes it. It can get very crowded/busy at night, particularly if people are there to watch a game on the t.v.s. On the weekends they serve a real Irish breakfast. It's a little expensive for lunch because there doesn't seem to be a special lunch menu, so the prices are the same as at dinner time. They have the usual pub type fare, and the quality is pretty good. The steak/cheese sandwich is very good, and so is the salmon. The staff is very friendly, even when it gets hectic during crowded times.