Irish owned-and-operated, this home-style haunt in West Town features traditional ethnic fare, and--of course--beer and whiskey. The decor is also very Gaelic, with decorations straight from the motherland. Flat screens occupy the front room, while the backroom serves as a spacious dining area. Menu specialties include Guinness-battered fish and chips, Irish stew and special brunch items like the Ulster fry (Irish bacon, sausage, black pudding, potato bread); plus imported beer, such as Harp, Guinness and Bass, is served at the bar. There's also an impressive whiskey selection, including some rare spirits highlighted by Templeton Rye, Al Capone's whiskey of choice.