The Low Down
What to Drink: The gorgeous bar, crafted from African teakwood, is worth a separate visit as much for its congeniality as its great draft and bottled beer choices from Ireland, Britain, Belgium and various American microbreweries.
When to Go: On weekend nights, live performers at the lounge piano provide musical accompaniment to second floor dining.
Where to Sit: For a romantic dining experience, ask to be seated in the serene window-filled west room on the second floor.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
There's something decidedly different---even a bit austere---about this Irish eatery, and it's no doubt due to the former funeral home setting. Still, soothing hues; oodles of interesting, Celtic-inspired stained glass; and a fab, if odd,â¦
Consistently Good Food, Great Atmosphere
By longhorn2289 at Citysearch
My wife and I have been here 3 times and each time we've ordered something different. We've ordered everything from Stew to Steak to Seafood and e... Read More
irish food ?
By loredanaanais at Citysearch
a bit more beer hall flavor would send the irish in us back for more. but as is, the place hasn't really changed much from it's previous funeral ... Read More
snvolt is a liar
By tinman773 at Citysearch
There are no pictures on the menus, and the Irish do have food other than american pub food. Irish bistro is one of my favorite spots on Lincoln. P... Read More
Ireland would not approve!
By snvolt at Citysearch
Irish fine dining, is like saying healthy fast food, it doesn't exist. The Irish should stick to what they do best, bar fare.\r \r I took my wife ... Read More
A perfect 10! Excellent food, service, and atmosphere!
By slainte33 at Citysearch
My wife and I ate here for the first time recently. The food is medium priced, but well worth paying more for. It took a long time for us to choose... Read More