Fibber Magees, see, is an Irish restaurant and pub. It celebrates the Celtic concept of "craic" (pronounced "crack"), meaning a fun, down-to-earth experience. Like any proper pub, it's smoky and loud, thundering with live music on weekends, and pouring huge amounts of draught beer, like Harp, Guinness and Bass. It's got the expected Irish pub menu, with staples like Northern Irish beef stew, fish and chips, shepherd's pie, and corned beef and cabbage. Prices are bar-friendly, ranging from a lunch "meal deal" of any sandwich with a side salad, cup of soup or fries and a soda for $5.95, to a 12-ounce New York strip steak dinner for $12.95. There's also a "beat the clock" deal, where Sunday through Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m., select meals are discounted to correspond to what time they were ordered (hint: Get there at 7 p.m. for the portadown pork chops, two center cut beasts grilled, topped with buttered leeks and served alongside apple chutney, champ... More >>>
Honest to Guinness: Head chef Raul Lomas trained at the Boulders and at Vincent's.