Not fun. I've been to the Rochester MI location (not found on Citysearch), where prices are unusually high and the atmosphere tends to be painfully noisy, and it's sometime even difficult to move around. Employees there, though, are very nice. My father met the proprietor of the original Gus O'Conno's in Ireland, who knew nothing of the MI knockoff, so I must conclude that the MI variant actually plagiarized the name. Very poor business management here.
pretty cool. they always have fun things going on and reasonable prices. i like the whole 2 story thing and i always have great service. they have multiple bars so you can get a drink upstairs or downstairs. i havent tried the food yet but its highly recomended by all my friends.
if you like irish food this is the place for you.. they have a nice patio. the food is very irish. their chicken wings are great. it's not very busy or hopping place on thurs or fri.
Great Atmosphere for Irish Bar. It is dark like every other Irish bar you go to but it is very nice inside with lots of wood and authentic irish dishes on the menu. The bartender upstairs was even from Ireland when I went last time.
Editorial Review. Authentic Irish pub, made in Ireland and assembled in Michigan, serves fish and chips, corned beef, cabbage, sandwiches and steaks.
Best Irish Pub. This is the best real Irish pub that I have ever visited. The pub was built in Ireland and shipped to the states where it was installed by Irish craftsmen. They even have Irish employees. The food is fantastic and a great value, the Guinness stew is a must try. The imported beer selection is second to none and they have a huge selection of Irish and Scotish whiskey. The crowd is lively and lovely to look at. They also have free valet parking, three fireplaces and a huge beautiful bar - what a place!
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