O'Neill's is a chain of Irish pubs that celebrate all the Irish festivals, serving a variety of beers, wines and spirits.
'Just another O'Neill's' but this one is in a church, and is rather grand. There's an upstairs area that is like a terrace that overlooks the downstairs, and the atmosphere is really nice. Not the cosiest place but the space means you can still breathe and move around, and still hear the person standing next to you even when it's busy.more
I love this pub! Particularly I enjoy its atmosphere and interior design!
Drinks are not too expensive. It is a great local place to hangout for a night out!more
I will try to judge this pub on its own merits, although not being a fan of O'Neills, my expectations are low.
The building is beautiful, built at the turn of the 19th/20th century (is it the turn of the 19th or 20th, not sure which one is turning) it is a beautiful church. Sorry Sinan, it is only one century old. I personally find it a little sacrilegious, but a building is just a building....more
I always like the idea of getting drunk in a converted church pup, it's just so, sacrilegious!
It's a very nice building, with airy, impressive balconies, little platform areas with comfy couches and nice wooden staircases. It's a little version of an Escher sketch, well it seems this way after I've had a few glasses of wine anyway.
It's great for getting a bottle, settling down in the huge...more
O'Neils is a great pub. Great atmosphere. Great food. Great all around.
It's an Irish pub ( you might have guessed) and the Guinness is very cold. I find it refreshing! Revitalisation by Guinness!
The food in there is really tasty and the burgers are too die for. The colcanon potatoes are amazing as well. They do specials all the time and the tapas are a really good deal. I love the...more