Find out what Irish restaurants to try in West Chester. The borough of West Chester is proud of its long history of hospitality, having hosted its first visitors way back in 1769. These colonial roots still show, with over 3,000 surviving structures dating from before the Revolutionary War. The tree-lined downtown area is listed on The National Register of Historic Places, with such a large collection of Greek Revival buildings that the town was named Athens of the West. It's the perfect place for a relaxing day spent walking and window-shopping.
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4 based on 69 reviews
After nearly 25 years, The Stone Tavern 1867 is the Blarney Stone â reimagined, redesigned and reinvigorated with a wee bit oâ Blarney. The inspiration for the new name comes from our loyal customers, Irish family heritage, and the exceptional quality of
We were going to the Blarney Stone for lunch the other day and were surprised to see this sign saying the Stone. Anyway, our lunch was delicious, I had a super Corned Beef, Cole Slaw and Russian Dressing sandwich and Joan had a Club Sandwich. Both were loaded with meat and very well prepared. We will have to try them for Dinner soon.Glad you stopped in, Bill! Happy you enjoyed the sandwiches! Come on back for dinner soon!
4 based on 76 reviews
A good Irish pub is traditionally the cornerstone of the town. It is a place that can be a destination for multiple purposes, or no reason at all. The publican (owner) should be known to all on a handshake basis. Being involved in the community outside of
My husband and I had lunch here recently. The experience was not terrific. The place smelled overwhelmingly of bleach, even the glass ware. While smelling of bleach means its clean, itâs not the most comforting odor in a Resturant. The hostess was distracted and slow and even sat us a dirty table. Once we got settled in our new clean table, the server was attentive and the food was served promptly and even tasted good. However every time we raised a glass (water, wine or beer}, we got that lovely bleach smell again. Not sure we will go again.
4 based on 39 reviews
Greatest Pub in West Chester !!! Something for everyone here at Ryan's . Upstairs dining is a quaint quiet dining room, rear outdoor bar , street side cafe seating and a traditional pub atmosphere on main floor. Since 2002 a West Chester favorite.
Our appetizers were so large that we brought most of entrees home. The Ryan's nachos is definitely enough for the entire table, packed with cheese, peppers and chicken it is a meal. The cheese fries are enough for 2. The jambalaya is loaded with shrimp, large scallops, chicken and sausage. The salmon was fresh and a good size portion. It's nice to find a bar that knows how to make a good tasting Long Island ice tea. Best of all they still participate in Restaurant.com
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