St. Patrick's Day isn't the only day that you should visit this Irish pub. Known for its food as much as its parties, this spot is a great place to meet, eat and enjoy. The menu features such traditional Irish staples as corned beef and cabbage, shepherd's pie, beef and Guinness pie, bangers and mash and rosemary scented Irish stew. You also can dine on savory burgers, salads, homemade soups, stacked sandwiches and even prime rib. The staff, efficient and competent, are as fun as the ambience. Lovely beginnings and sweet endings always are the tradition here. Meg O'Malley's brings in a busy lunch crowd and a bustling happy hour, also. The pub features a dark aura complete with mahogany woods and dim lighting. Beer signs and mirrors adorn the walls as well as some Irish-themed memorabilia. The atmosphere is lively, which is often highlighted with live bands during the week.
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