Irish Restaurant using local artisan producers serving Irish Cuisine. Proud of its modern Irishness, this place run by talented young chef Warren Gillen takes the produce of local farmers and applies a simple but stunning brand of culinary magic. “Hunger makes a great sauce” reads the Irish-language motto on the wall, so arrive with your appetite fully intact. Favorites include the Tony Butlers black-and-white pudding with cabbage salad, apple, and mustard, or the slow-cooked beef with onion fondue, spiced turnip colcannon, and peppered cream. Our focus is on greating all our customer with the warm Irish hospitality that they deserve.
80 South Main Street,
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