The Guinness beef stew has nothing to do with the real thing you get in Ireland. This one was a soup-like dish, with too much liquid in it, the taste was somewhat sour, and not good by any means. It also seems a bit overpriced to me since it is offered for 15.95 $. The selection of draft beef is fair enough, but with few choices of Irish beers, which I would expect instead in a self-proclaiming "Irish" place.Review Source:
After her cow inadvertently started the Great Chicago fire of 1869 Mrs. O'Leary slaughtered the offending animal and left her adopted home to return to Boston, MA where she opened a Pub and Restaurant. Â She spent the rest of her days contentedly serving pints of Guiness and plates of chicken tenders to her customers. Â
O'Leary's Irish Pub and Restaurant is not the same one that infamous Mrs. O'Leary opened, but it has her spirit of friendly service and quality food, where you can always find a good pint, and there are no cows of any kind kept anywhere in the area, for safety reasons.