Dallas >Food & Dining > Trinity Hall
5321 E Mockingbird Ln Ste 250, Dallas, TX | Directions 7520632.838037 -96.775353
Neighborhoods: Northeast Dallas/ White Rock
Most authentic Irish pub around – Trinity Hall is the most authentic Irish pub in Dallas. I like some of the less authentic ones better but Trinity Hall is still good. The less authentic ones are often just regular bars with some Irish decor, an Irish name and Guinness on tap, but I still like them. But if you are looking for a properly served Black and Tan, just go straight to Trinity Hall.
Best Atmospher, Best Customer Service, Best Beer, Outstanding Food – This is a wonderful place. The management and waitstaff are outstanding. They continually go out of their way to assure that the customer is comfortable, happy, and satisfied. They have an amazing beer and whiskey selection. The food is always good. I particularly love the smoke free atmosphere. It is a great place to get together with friends or to simply relax. On the first three Tuesday of every month they have tastings. The 1st is whiskey, the 2nd is beer, and the 3rd is wine. If there is a 4th there is often a bonus tasting. It is a great way to try new things, learn about the offerings, and make new friends.
Clean Air! – I have to say that the most refreshing thing about this pub is that it's not filled with smoke. We went on a Wednesday night and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. The crowd was a nice mix of older and younger people. The place has a very warm feeling, largely because of the heavy use of wood in the decor. Very cozy.
The beer list is incredible, though a bit pricey. We had the queso and the fish and chips. The fish was excellent with a batter that didn't act as a sponge for the oil it was fried in. Nice and crisp with good fries. The queso was very "white bread", if you'll excuse the expression. It was plain but good with lots of little chopped tomato mixed in. I loved the idea of the flight of three 6 oz draft beers for less than $6.00. But, I was so full after the meal that I couldn't manage it.
There are no happy hour specials. And it's not a quiet place by any means. In fact, the first time I tried to visit I turned around and walked out because a World Cup game was on the big screen and it was extremely loud. But, on a Wednesday night, with no major sporting events, it was just fine. I think I'm going to go back early in the day on a weekend and try the Irish breakfast. Sounds good to me!
Irish through & through! – A great pint of stout, the winner of best beer selection in DFW, a full service menu & amazing selection of Irish, Scotch, Canadian & American whiskeys. This is a true pub in that the staff are warm and welcoming, friendly and willing to chat. Live Music Thu - Sun, Poker on Mondays, Tasting Night is Tuesday and there's Pub Quiz on Sunday evenings.
When you are looking for fresh beer, Hi-Def big screen for sports, everything from Chips & Curry, Fish & Chips to Filet Mignon and a glad to have you smile then you'll find it all at Trinity Hall. For the updated calendar and whats happening this week, visit their in person or on line!
Family day is Sunday, bring the wee ones along for afternoon Session with some of the best Trad Musicians in the State! Stick around for an early dinner and then you can play in the weekly Brainstormer Pub Quiz Trivia game. The Quizmaster calls out each of 6 rounds of 10 questions, the swings around to pick up your answers ~ Its A Blast!
Good place to go with friends – Great beer selection, and bartender is willing to make recommendations based on your taste preference. I was able to sample a couple of recommendations before commiting to a pint of a wheaty German beer (good rec). Nice patio area if weather permits.
Good Irish pub – I go to Trinity Hall about once a week. Great Irish atmosphere, good pint of Guiness. Very authentic. Live music on many nights. I like that it is non-smoking, but the smokers can just move to the patio. The food is excellent.
Authentic Irish pub and restaurant offering a full menu and live music in a friendly, smoke-free environment. – In Short
Dark hardwood floors, formal tables, straight-back chairs and a friendly waitstaff greet patrons of this authentic Irish pub and restaurant. Menu options are plentiful and include lamb stew, corned beef and cabbage, and shepherd's pie. Draft beers from Europe, whiskey from Ireland, Scotland and America, world-renowned wines, and locally famous coffee (with or without alcohol) are offered. Smoking is allowed only on the grand patio outdoors.
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