1334 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ | Directions 8525733.464433 -111.926123
Monday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Tuesday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Wednesday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Thursday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Friday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Saturday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Sunday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Neighborhoods: South Scottsdale
Great pub – My first time to this delightful pub was a couple of weeks ago, and I have been back four times since then. I think that it is a great bar close to my house, and the food is very good. The macaroni and cheese, and the pastys are my personal favorites so far. They also have a huge selection of beers, from around the world. If you haven't already you should check out the British Open Pub.
A hefty beer selection plus resonably priced pub-grub with a cozy Euro vibe. – In Short
Glance through the window just to make sure people aren't driving on the opposite side of the road because this place feels like a neighborhood pub somewhere east of the Atlantic. Exposed wooden beams and stonework combine to create an authentic ambience. British and Irish libations dominate the drink roster; the lunch and dinner menus include indispensable pub food like bangers and mash and--of course--fish and chips.
Hardly a transplant from Britain – The atmosphere is dark, dank and pretty tacky. The floors are not clean, the smell of smoke permeates he place and patrons are permitted to smoke just outside the entrance. Wait staff is not attentive and their dress is trendy? vs fashion disaster. The fish and chips was greasy and tasteless!! Would not recommend.
"Cheers" like atmosphere – This resembles and English Pub however the food is a step above a Pub in England as far as quality of product, quantity of product, and choices. It seems to be a friendly place with a large "regular" base. If you communicate with people you will feel right at home. I'd have to say it's Scottsdale's best kept secret. The nice thing about this place is that you don't have to play that North Scottsdale "game". I hope they make it in this highly competitive enviornment. They should!
Some good some bad – Sometimes, I over indugle in sprits. I like the barmaids to remind me once in a while. Not just tell me to pay up and get out, with no offer of sit be quiet have some water or a soda, I'll call ya a cab or something. I felt not at home any more. I wish there was an Irish pub some where close by. The food is on the better side and as long as you fit into the crowd you considered fine and everyone is friendly. I have been in many a pub before and always treated almost as family. This seems like drink, eat and move along place
British Open – I have tried to adopt the British open, being English myself, but I've been in there four times spanned over 2yrs, and everytime I go in there, they have thee most bloody miserable staff members (don't know if they are trying to create the miserable English vibe, but they are doing a good job if that is the case ) I know service these days in restaurants blow curried wind, but I've been treated, along with friends, very rudely in there, and they need some big broom to sweep attitude from under the feet of the bartenders in particular.
the new pub's just as good... – No drop in quality, perhaps an improvement in ambience (though no seperate room, a bar/resturaunt). It's my experience that everything on their menu looks good, and tastes just as good. They cover the standards of bangers & mash, fish & chips, and sheperd's pie with excellence & have great wraps and salads and also more unusual items as well as (if I remember rightly) beef wellington and other somewhat less pub-like food. I enjoy the ambience- dark in a cozy den-like way & depending on where you sit, it can still feel private no matter how busy they are, and there's both a casual and classy feel to the place. Good english food, good food period, good servers. One of the few places in town where you can get a pint of Guiness on tap and an excellent plate of bangers and mash. I recommend the British Open.
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