May 11, 2018
This friendly Irish pub and sports bar is a warm and convivial space to sink a drink, a good addition to the neighbourhood. The space is homely, decked out in knick-knacks, just the right side of kitsch. There’s a great range of brews to choose from, a food menu serving an array of superior pub grub including a pretty epic house burger, an ‘Irish dip’, hot wings, chowder, three cheese bacon mac (yowza), and various pizzas, soups and salads. For dessert, deep fried ice cream? It’s there if you want it. The atmosphere is lively and friendly, despite the initial misstep and it’s a good place to hang out with friends, drink a few cool ones and, maybe, watch a game.
Photo credit – Madrona Arms