Orlando >Claddagh Cottage Irish Pub
4308 Curry Ford Rd, Orlando, FL | Directions 3280628.524263 -81.331717
A little bit of Ireland in Conway.
This isn't your wide open spacious, shiny plated chrome and Plexiglas sports bar, although it has several TV screens around that play sports events, mostly soccer. It's not your trendy, preppy hangout. But the staff and the locals there are very friendly and welcoming.
The staff are from places like Limerick and Dublin and they brought the best of their home to central Florida.
The dishes are authentic - including, IMHO, the best shepherds pie to be found in these parts.
It would take many visits to go through the list of beer and wines.
So if your looking for a cozy, comfortable escape from the hustle and bustle, stop in for a cold pint, a delicious meal, some great Irish music, a game of darts and some lively conversation.
Escape to Ireland right here in Conway.
Proper Irish Pub. Lovely wall pub with proper wood furniture and bar. Beers and ciders available make a bril night out with friends. Music selection is usually tops with telly, darts and other games if you like. The American bar staff are right chavs and make you question whether you should frequent the place for a pint or not...but the owner (Mike, I think) and barmaid Lucinda ("Lu") make up for the rest. Bring some friends and have a pre-club drink, or stay and make new friends. Give it a go, yea?
Nice Local Pub. I went to this little pub with my girlfriend and it was great. The bartender was very friendly and it wasn't overcrowded. The music was nice and the beer was reasonably priced. It's located on Conway and Curry Ford; not too far from home. Mostly local customers go there. It's cool that I found me a new local hangout. BTW they're authentic Irish nationals working in there. Overall cool place.
East Orlando Irish bar attracts hipsters and Irish lads and lasses in a quaint ambiance..
Experience a bit of old Ireland at this pub in the Conway area. The cozy cottage resembles a home right down to the white lace curtains and dark wood furniture, with a traditional menu featuring the Dubliner sandwich, shepherd's pie, stew and other Irish specialties. The bar features an abundant selection of beer and wine in bottles and on tap. Speaking of beer, Guinness presented owner Jimmy Mulvaney with the "Perfect Pint" award for his double-pour technique.
Good Beer, Good Fare, Good Friends and the luck of the Irish. Don't blink your eyes when looking for this cool little pub. There is barely a sign. Once you find it, you will step into a very relaxed and quaint pub, that looks inside like you are in a Irish countryside building. The Claddagh Cottage is where the house of Mulvaney meets the house of O'Connor. Many speak with an Irish accent and are first generation immigrants. It also is very popular with internationals from all parts of Europe. In the pub tradition, the Claddagh serves a wide selection of beer, wine and cider. Also, they have home-cooked traditional Irish foods. I would recommend getting one of the pub pies. It is difficult to pick between Steak&Mushroom, Chicken&Mushroom and Shepherd pies because they are all so good with an "Imperial Pint" of Guiness. Don't like Guiness they have many other choices including all of USA most popular brands. They even have Rolling Rock! Meet locals like Bob & MaryFrancis, Doc and Mini-me who are always ready for friends and good beer. On certain wednesday nights there is a jam session of Irish traditional music (nicknamed by some Plinkety-Plink Night) played by musicians who bring in their instruments. Looking for that really cool pub look very carefully at the corner of Conway and Curry Ford across from CVS for the Claddagh Cottage--- It's magically delicious.
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