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Businiess name:  Gracie O'malley Pub & Eatery
Review by:  citysearch c.
Review content: 
I've been to this restaurant before and the food was awful and the service was terrible so my wife and I decided never to go back. Then I read a help wanted add in the Star paper about the new Chefs from the old Beachcomber's . I'd eaten there before, they did things right so we decided to chance it again. I'm glad we did. The service was excelent, the food was wonderful and the prices have come way down. This was probably the best meal for the price in the county and we were there during happy hour so the drinks were 2 for 1. I would strongly recommend this place now, where as before I would not have given the food to my dog. I read a previous review and had to laugh, Irish food? Garcie O'Malley was a famous Pirate and the decor should have given them the idea there was something more to the name than Irish...hahaha. Pros: The new Chefs and servers

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