What's the deal with the Irish Brunch?
Its from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and its an a la carte brunch menu with
omelettes, bagels, eggs benedict, smoked salmon, burgers, sheperds pie,
chicken francaise (chicken dipped in egg batter), lot's of stuff.
What's the price range?
$7.50 to $15 - steak and eggs is $15.50 for a New York Strip.
You call it an Irish Brunch, but all I heard so far was American and French, where's the Irish?
Well we have the traditional Irish Country Breakfast. That's $13.50 and it's Irish bacon, Irish sausage, black
and white pudding (made with blood sausage), eggs whatever way you want them.That's the typical Irish breakfast you get when you go to
If they don't want that then they got American breakfast, there's lots of choices
on this menu, here's a few....
- Corn beef hash with poached eggs is $9.50.
- Order of pancakes is $4.95.
Westart serving beer and liquor at
What temperature do you serve Guinness off the tap?
shipped all over the country.
These are hard times out here, are you in any kind of potato famine?
We do very well cause our price point is very fair, our
business is growing. No potato famine. We serve Col Cannon: that's mashed potatoes, green
onions, butter, . all freshly made as well, not
instant or any like that.
You got any deals on whiskey in the coffee?
Yeah we do a greatIrish coffee made with marshmallows, whiskey, brown sugar, coffee and real whipped cream, nothing out
of the can.Gives you the perfect jumpstart.
I heard you're doin you're 20th anniversary?
This is our 20th year. We opened 1989
cent buds from 4 - 7 p.m. Monday to Thursday, and then on Friday from 4 - 7 p.m. we're doing 20 cent buds. The original Budweiser is the one that rolled into
that day on the Clydesdales so that's what we're selling, only original Budweiser, no Bud Light or anything else.
Best drink in the morning?
Magners Cider picks you right
up after a hard night.
Best Drink for Economic Depression?
Nice creamy pint of Guinness.
Best Drink with A Meal?
Smithwicks, it's an Irish ale, a pint.
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