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Goose's Acre Bistro & Irish Pub

21 Waterway Ave., Ste. 140 (Six Pines Rd.) Send to Phone
281-466-1502 | Menu
This is the most happening place on the Waterway with good food, music and fun.
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Lunch & Dinner daily, Brunch Sun.
Open late Tues.-Sat.

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Goose's Acre Bistro & Irish Pub Restaurant Review

: Two wood bars that were extracted from a pub in Ireland grace this establishment, which has a history lesson of its own --- just read the back of the menu. The two-story restaurant offers a different view on each level, and both has its own outdoor patio. Locals have their watches set for opening time just to grab a table on the Waterway, where boats pass by and a band plays. As for the menu, there’s more than just Guinness and sandwiches: Irish potato soup, a cheeseburger pizza, filet mignon, oven-roasted pork chops and a grilled ahi steak are options as well. It also features a broad selection for kids, including chicken tenders and ranch dressing, mini cheeseburgers and a pint-size shepherd’s pie. On Thursday nights, there's bingo fun, and on Sundays, guests are treated to flowing Champagne and an overflowing brunch buffet.

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Not for me
by WoodlandsJoy on Tue Jun 24, 2008 4:47 pm
This place is not for me. The people who work there are downright rude, and the food is pure fat, no flavor. The artichoke dip appetizer was swimming in grease - we had to pour the grease into a saucer before anyone at the table would eat it. My daughter got sick after trying the "apple coleslaw" - this isn't coleslaw!!! It's apple strips in mayonnaise - I can't tell you how disgusting that is. The server said that people love it. I believe her; the kind of people that would come to a place like this would be convinced that it's fabulous if they have to pay enough to order it! The atmosphere is good, but the "story" behind it is not believable. I've lived in the Woodlands for years, and saw this place being built. How stupid do you think I am to believe that it was (according to their website) "100% built in Ireland and shipped over"? I bet they did buy some wood scraps in Ireland from a seedy bar that was shut down, and it looks like someone shopped at Irish garage sales for the knick-knacks, but I know most of it was built here because I would drive by and watched it being built.

If you want to get drunk, but prefer to be treated like dirt and to pay more than the down home gang at Molly's or the laid back folks at Baker Street, then it's for you. This place is not for me.
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