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Claddagh Pub

2918 O’Donnell St. (S. Curley St.) Send to Phone
410-522-4220 | Order Now!
There's nothing like Irish hospitality to help you ease your way into a sociable frame of mind.


 
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Breakfast Sat.-Sun., Lunch & Dinner daily
Open late
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Claddagh Pub Restaurant Review

: There’s nothing like Irish hospitality to help you ease your way into a sociable frame of mind. That’s what happens at this neighborhood pub, where you just might find yourself chatting with your new best friend at a neighboring table. Whether in the bar or dining room, "friendly" is the word for the place and its twenty- to sixty-something clientele. Even the environs are welcoming, with flickering candlelight and sepia-toned murals of Irish musicians in the main dining room. On the menu is an appealing mix of sandwiches and bar food, with a dozen or so rib-sticking entrées thrown in. (The cuisine is good-old American; despite the name, this is not solely an Irish restaurant.) If a big, juicy burger or a shrimp salad sandwich doesn’t do it for you, then try a 14-ounce New York strip, ragù di cinghiale or jumbo lump crab cakes. Appetizers are big enough to share, and desserts are served in equally hearty portions. Not surprisingly, some first-rate Irish whiskies are offered, but there's plenty more on the bar menu. The restaurant has a branch on the Delaware shores.



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