Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Celebrate St. Paddy's Day At Olde Blind Dog!

St. Paddy’s at Olde Blind Dog Irish Pub
The countdown to St. Patrick’s Day has begun at Olde Blind Dog. We invite you to join us for a St. Paddy’s Day Party to remember. If you want an authentic Irish experience with the best traditional food, live Irish music, entertainment and beer flowing...then, we're the place to be. We have the atmosphere that will make you feel like you’ve been transported back in time to experience the look and feel of Ireland’s pubs reminiscent of days gone by.

2pm – 5pm:Duncan McLauchlan
5pm – 6pm:Cregan O'Brien's Irish Dancers(
6pm – 9pm: Mickle-a-do (


Anonymous said...

Went last night for the first time. Wanted to post a review for those considering going -

- The decor/ambiance is great.
- The beer list is anemic (8 beers on draft at a place calling itself an Irish pub??)
- The food is hit and miss. One friend we ate with really liked his Reuben, but my fish & chips was really bad. Fish was cold and slimy and way too big to pick up and eat like God intended. The "chips" were limp and half-cooked with way too much salt.
- We had three couples at the table and it took an hour and fifteen minutes for our food to arrive. This is not an exaggeration.
- We won't be back. Nothing personal or anything, I just like things to be a bit better.

Anybody else have opinions to share?

Anonymous said...

Thought it was good. Give em another chance in a month or two.

Anonymous said...

I had a great experience. I am not a beer drinker but I thought the tea and the food was good. The staff was very helpful and timely with our order. The decor was fabulous. I will return and next time with some friends in tow!

Anonymous said...

We really need this Pub to make it.
But I agree with the first comment, the food is a BIG HIT OR MISS.
Great atmosphere.
Can someone tell them to work on the food? It is never consistant.
Neither are the servers.
Everyone want them to succeed, but someone needs to let them know what the community is saying.