600 E. Belvedere Ave., Baltimore, MD | Directions 2121239.364371 -76.607507
Mon. - Sun. 11am - 2am
Neighborhoods: Chinquapin Park - Belvedere
Slainte – I have been to Ryan's Daughter many times and never had a bad experience. I am not a fan of corned beef and cabbage, but do enjoy the bookmaker sandwich, steak boxty, iron skillet salad and occasional grasshopper. It is a good place to go if you want to have a relaxed conversation and soft lighting in a family-friendly atmosphere. The staff aims to please, the decor makes you forget that you're in Baltimore City, and as one companion once said, you can balance a quarter on the Guinness.
Always good friendly Irish pub – We've been going here since it opened (awhile ago), and it's always good. Very pretty place, a few nice tables in nooks and crannies, others in more open places. The bar is nice and has tvs, live music on Sundays. I've tried everything, I suppose, but the brunch. No need to worry about heart attack on a plate, there are some good salads, fish, and boxty, a hearty potato crepe kind of thing. Of course the beer is cold.
Brand new true 100 yr. old Irish Pub – Loved this pub. Have visited pubs from Hawaii to Newfoundland. Almost didn't try it when we found out it was a newly renovated Chi Chi's. Outside looks like a cookie cutter but one foot in the door and you are in Old Ireland. Great small dining nooks,incredible bar/dining area with fireplace. Clearly my vote for the best New World Irish Pub. The Shepards pie and the peasants pie are served in a puff pastry shell, great twist on an old standard. Incredible visit, good comfort food, warm fire, smooth Guinness.
Fish 'N' Chips! – They are good, so is the rack-of-lamb and the corned beef - pints of Guiness/ale, fireplaces abound, cozy corners (my daughter had her birthday party in Rosie's Snug - cute name) AND larger well-lit areas combine to create a wonderful atmosphere.
Grab a pint and pub grub in this cozy, authentic Irish tavern. – In Short
Enjoy a mix of authentic Irish fare, 14 Irish whiskeys and a variety of imported beers and ales. Two dining areas flank a Victorian bar. The atmosphere is cozy, with several fireplaces and hanging laundry and vintage movie posters. Traditional Irish grub such as bangers and mash, corned beef, and cabbage and lamb stew share space with more contemporary offerings such as Irish cobb salad and fennel-encrusted salmon with red-pepper coulis.
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