THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED NAMES The Grange Public House
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THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED NAMES The Grange Public House Restaurant Review: On a Monday night, patrons gather for intense games of chess and poker. Traditional Irish comfort fare sustains them, including intriguingly spiced braised beef brisket with good mashed potatoes and crisp haricots verts. Shepherd’s pie, Irish sausages and mash, fish ‘n’ chips---the classics of this culinary tradition---compose the best of the menu, along with Irish breakfast at weekend brunch. Warming and filling, a stout-infused onion soup is a not-to-be-missed special. Irish whiskey-infused crème brûlée makes a fine dessert. The beer list ranges across the globe, with many on draught as well as by the bottle. Dark woods, low lighting, and intimate subspaces create an interesting atmosphere. St. Patrick’s Day is taken very seriously here, as the owners are the Comer clan, siblings from Dublin who wanted to create a home-away-from-home for ex-pats. The Grange features football (Euro-style) on TV.