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Irish Restaurants in Richmond, VA
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1.O'Toole's Restaurant & Pub
4800 Forest Hill Ave
Irish RestaurantsBarsBar & GrillsPizza
I've only been able to o hear twice but I've loved it. The setting is great, food is delicious and in good portions, and the service was steller. I had Nick, and he was a great guy who made sure I was happy with my food. He also checked my refills regularly. I can't wait to go back.
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1327 E Cary St
Irish RestaurantsBarsBrew PubsAmerican Restaurants
Very Irish!!! Great food and good music. The people are great too! Excellent!!!!!!!!!!!! Totally recommend!
5057 Forest Hill Ave
American RestaurantsFamily Style RestaurantsBarsIrish Restaurants
Not much to look at on the inside or out, but the food is good. Friday prime rib is great. Bar prices are very reasonable too. Philly steak is very tasty. Note: they make their own chips. Yummy!
4.Fishbowl Bistro & Bar
101 S 15th St
American RestaurantsBarsCreole & Cajun RestaurantsIrish Restaurants
8000 W Broad St
Irish RestaurantsRestaurantsAmerican RestaurantsBar & Grills
6.Keagans Irish Pub & Restaurant
2251 Old Brick Rd
Irish RestaurantsBarsTavernsBar & Grills
My wife and me are from Mexico went to Keagan's because she has cancer and we heard that the owner's daughter had a similar form of cancer. Mr. Fout came out, while adjusting his fly to greet us, with a cheap bottle of wine I might add. He was about 5' 7" and must have weighed over 350 pounds easy. I guess eating at Keagan's daily does have its disadvantages. We tried the dip, which was a bit greasy and COLD! But the creepy part was the owner Geoff Fout kept trying to get my 6-year-old son to come to his office by himself to show him his vintage collection of Boy's Life magazines. Well, I said no, so instead Mr. Fout took a seat next to Miguel and said that he was a practicing masseuse and that he loved to give young boys massages while in his office. That he had bought a special table for his unusual past time. We decided that we had enough and thanked Mr. Fout for the cheap Chianti and left in a hurry, scared out of our minds. I would not recommend this place to anyone, especially those with young children or boys.
7.Rare Olde Times
10602 Patterson Ave
Irish RestaurantsBarsNight ClubsRestaurants
But as a place for friends and community to gather in an informal setting, pubs have become less well known. Rare Olde Times is distinctly a Public House. You can find casual and regular acquaintances, friendly staff, a homely setting, and the personal touch that family ownership brings.
9357 Atlee Rd Ste 1111
American RestaurantsBar & GrillsBarsIrish Restaurants
Great place to eat. Fast service, good food, and a great value. My family and I go to eat here at least every other week. We love the $5.00 burger and fries on Tuesdays Please go and enjoy!!!
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