Tir Na Nog Bar & Grill

★★★★★
  • 201 E Pratt St

    Baltimore, MD 21202

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  • 410-483-8968

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Great view of the Harbor, good live music on Friday night...yummy crab dip and hummus.

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★★★★★

Great view of the Harbor, good live music on Friday night...yummy crab dip and hummus.

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Tir Na Nog is the best place to watch the matches at; the whole bar is filled with a family of real fans - all shouting at each other, most from England, and shouting at the huge projector screen.\r
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Ok, so not a soccer fan? Outdoor bar

3
★★★★★

Tir Na Nog is the best place to watch the matches at; the whole bar is filled with a family of real fans - all shouting at each other, most from England, and shouting at the huge projector screen.\r
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Ok, so not a soccer fan? Outdoor bar

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I really enjoy this bar. It is always loud and crazy and a good time. Cheap beer.

3
★★★★★

I really enjoy this bar. It is always loud and crazy and a good time. Cheap beer.

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I can always count on Tir Na Nog to provide excellent food at reasonable prices.

3
★★★★★

I can always count on Tir Na Nog to provide excellent food at reasonable prices.

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We had a nice table with a view of the harbor. Our waitress came over almost immediately and took our drink order. While she was getting our drinks, a different server asked if anyone helped us. Drinks came and we placed out food order.

3
★★★★★

We had a nice table with a view of the harbor. Our waitress came over almost immediately and took our drink order. While she was getting our drinks, a different server asked if anyone helped us. Drinks came and we placed out food order.

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No matter where we go in Center City, we ALWAYS end the night at Tir Na Nog. I'm giving this place 5 stars based on the atmosphere and the service. It's a great irish bar where even the bar tenders have an irish accent. Great beer

3
★★★★★

No matter where we go in Center City, we ALWAYS end the night at Tir Na Nog. I'm giving this place 5 stars based on the atmosphere and the service. It's a great irish bar where even the bar tenders have an irish accent. Great beer

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Tir Na Nog Bar and Grill. We have been here 3 times and each time the food is better. Wonderful food, wonderful staff, wonderful chef, and great prices!.

3
★★★★★

Tir Na Nog Bar and Grill. We have been here 3 times and each time the food is better. Wonderful food, wonderful staff, wonderful chef, and great prices!.

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Very tasty lunch. Very good service. Great view of the harbor when eating outside! I recommend!

3
★★★★★

Very tasty lunch. Very good service. Great view of the harbor when eating outside! I recommend!

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The food is tasty and filling. Good portion sizes. Great choices for my three teenage sons. The patio is the best part. I love the view of the inner harbor. Wait staff are friendly and competent.

3
★★★★★

The food is tasty and filling. Good portion sizes. Great choices for my three teenage sons. The patio is the best part. I love the view of the inner harbor. Wait staff are friendly and competent.

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We happened to find ourselves at Harbor Place and needed to duck in somewhere to grab a bite for lunch. Unlike most of the other restaurants at Harbor Place, there were no wait at Tir Na Nog. This should have been our first clue that we

3
★★★★★

We happened to find ourselves at Harbor Place and needed to duck in somewhere to grab a bite for lunch. Unlike most of the other restaurants at Harbor Place, there were no wait at Tir Na Nog. This should have been our first clue that we

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Me and my fianc always enjoy our time at Tir Na Nog, in my opinion the best shepherd?s pie in town and the perfect pint of Guinness, her favorite is the crab cake entree and the scallop dish as an app is delicious. We were there last Saturday and the Shamrouges were playing one of the top Irish bands in the area with no cover charge and they always validate your parking (Free F.. Parking in the harbor insane) I haven?t had a bad experience here, sorry for some the other reviewers on the site? but I have been frequenting the place at least once a month for the past year and loved. I use to live in Philly before and had my share of Irish pubs there and this place is a lot better than pubs up there or other Irish pubs in Baltimore. If you are in town is a must visit in my opinion?, I just felt that a good word needed to be put out there for this place because it is truly a gem

5
★★★★★

Me and my fianc always enjoy our time at Tir Na Nog, in my opinion the best shepherd?s pie in town and the perfect pint of Guinness, her favorite is the crab cake entree and the scallop dish as an app is delicious. We were there last Saturday and the Shamrouges were playing one of the top Irish bands in the area with no cover charge and they always validate your parking (Free F.. Parking in the harbor insane) I haven?t had a bad experience here, sorry for some the other reviewers on the site? but I have been frequenting the place at least once a month for the past year and loved. I use to live in Philly before and had my share of Irish pubs there and this place is a lot better than pubs up there or other Irish pubs in Baltimore. If you are in town is a must visit in my opinion?, I just felt that a good word needed to be put out there for this place because it is truly a gem

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I think lunch, or even dinner for that matter, for a family of 4 should be less than $75.00 in a standard bar/grille. I found the food extremely over priced and the quality extremely poor! My daughter is 8 and rarely finishes a childrens portion of pasta, which is what she ordered from Tir Na Nog and we paid $7.00 for. She was still very hungry when she finished. There was no meat selection but chicken tenders when my son ordered and he ordered an adult portion hamburger. His burger and fries were good and well prepered, he seemed to enjoy them. The waitress, though very polite and efficient, basically just shut me down when I asked if the chef might oblige a smaller portion of burger...that leads me to beleive they are surving up pre-portioned, probably pre-frozen patties (a la chain restaurant). So, the worst of all, Fish and Chips! I was astounded that in a seafaring town, at a place touting itself as an Irish Pub, would call the mess I was served Fish and Chips! I sent the first one back...it was dripping with grease (not that big a problem for me if it were the only one) and the color, I can only describe as chocolate brown! It was SO dark and dried out looking!! I asked if it always looked like that, if it was meant to be served that way and the waitress just took it back and said she'd have them do up another one "less crispy". She wanted me to be quiet...she was so quick to take it back, like she expected it. The second one she returned with was no better...it was still so dark and burnt looking. She explained that it was in fact meant to be served that way. Ok, I'll give it a try. Mistake! It was very slimy, had little flavour other than being 'fishy' and was clearly just an oversized fish stick. The "chips" consisted of nothing more than 1 potato worth of wedges that the fish was balanced on, laid out across the plate to be coated in the grease releasing from the fish above. The too were way overcooked, dry as a bone! Some rank mustardy sauce dressed the plate beneath and the tartar cup looked like they'd left it out in the sun to cure. Did I make an enemy here or not know that one was waiting? I ended up eating half of my husband's turkey sandwich, that after the fact, we couldn't find on any other menu at the table or outside. The sandwich was palateable but only barely. The ciabatta bread they seemed to be so proud of as it was served with all their sandwich options, was super stale, and again dry. The sandwich, overall, was just so cold that it covered up most of the taste. My family will never give this place a second chance and I'm really shocked to see how many people enjoyed their experience. I guess, being from Boston, being used to high standards for seafood and authentic Irish Pub fare, I'm spoiled?

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★☆☆☆☆

I think lunch, or even dinner for that matter, for a family of 4 should be less than $75.00 in a standard bar/grille. I found the food extremely over priced and the quality extremely poor! My daughter is 8 and rarely finishes a childrens portion of pasta, which is what she ordered from Tir Na Nog and we paid $7.00 for. She was still very hungry when she finished. There was no meat selection but chicken tenders when my son ordered and he ordered an adult portion hamburger. His burger and fries were good and well prepered, he seemed to enjoy them. The waitress, though very polite and efficient, basically just shut me down when I asked if the chef might oblige a smaller portion of burger...that leads me to beleive they are surving up pre-portioned, probably pre-frozen patties (a la chain restaurant). So, the worst of all, Fish and Chips! I was astounded that in a seafaring town, at a place touting itself as an Irish Pub, would call the mess I was served Fish and Chips! I sent the first one back...it was dripping with grease (not that big a problem for me if it were the only one) and the color, I can only describe as chocolate brown! It was SO dark and dried out looking!! I asked if it always looked like that, if it was meant to be served that way and the waitress just took it back and said she'd have them do up another one "less crispy". She wanted me to be quiet...she was so quick to take it back, like she expected it. The second one she returned with was no better...it was still so dark and burnt looking. She explained that it was in fact meant to be served that way. Ok, I'll give it a try. Mistake! It was very slimy, had little flavour other than being 'fishy' and was clearly just an oversized fish stick. The "chips" consisted of nothing more than 1 potato worth of wedges that the fish was balanced on, laid out across the plate to be coated in the grease releasing from the fish above. The too were way overcooked, dry as a bone! Some rank mustardy sauce dressed the plate beneath and the tartar cup looked like they'd left it out in the sun to cure. Did I make an enemy here or not know that one was waiting? I ended up eating half of my husband's turkey sandwich, that after the fact, we couldn't find on any other menu at the table or outside. The sandwich was palateable but only barely. The ciabatta bread they seemed to be so proud of as it was served with all their sandwich options, was super stale, and again dry. The sandwich, overall, was just so cold that it covered up most of the taste. My family will never give this place a second chance and I'm really shocked to see how many people enjoyed their experience. I guess, being from Boston, being used to high standards for seafood and authentic Irish Pub fare, I'm spoiled?

Pros: enjoyed the location and decent beer selection

Cons: the price, the menu and the quality of the food

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Tir Na Nog is a visual sensation: amazing Celtic-inspired design surrounds you from the moment you step inside. It's gorgeous, and then there's the view: a spectacular view across the inner harbor, the historic Constellation docked just outside the restaurant.

But that's where the satisfaction ends.

The food is overpriced for what it is: a bland and shoddy attempt at pub food.

I ordered the fish and chips. The fish was over-fried, yet unnaturally rubbery. The "mustard sauce" was pretty flavorless, and seemed more like butter than anything else. My husband ordered the shepherd's pie. It was basically a pile of beefy mush with some runny mashed potatoes on top. We have had both dishes several times before at various locations, and always enjoyed the meals. We have never had anything like this before.

The "Kids Menu" is a joke - $7 for a very small PBJ sandwich, $8 for a bowl of pasta with tomato sauce.

The only thing that boosts this rating to two stars is that the servers did go out of their way to try to make up for the low quality meal. The charges were removed from our bill without any question or having to speak to a manager. They took the time to try and entertain even my boisterous little two year old, bringing crackers and other treats free of charge.

For their sake, as well as their customers', I hope the kitchen is able to turn things around. I, however, will not be returning.

2
★★☆☆☆

Tir Na Nog is a visual sensation: amazing Celtic-inspired design surrounds you from the moment you step inside. It's gorgeous, and then there's the view: a spectacular view across the inner harbor, the historic Constellation docked just outside the restaurant.

But that's where the satisfaction ends.

The food is overpriced for what it is: a bland and shoddy attempt at pub food.

I ordered the fish and chips. The fish was over-fried, yet unnaturally rubbery. The "mustard sauce" was pretty flavorless, and seemed more like butter than anything else. My husband ordered the shepherd's pie. It was basically a pile of beefy mush with some runny mashed potatoes on top. We have had both dishes several times before at various locations, and always enjoyed the meals. We have never had anything like this before.

The "Kids Menu" is a joke - $7 for a very small PBJ sandwich, $8 for a bowl of pasta with tomato sauce.

The only thing that boosts this rating to two stars is that the servers did go out of their way to try to make up for the low quality meal. The charges were removed from our bill without any question or having to speak to a manager. They took the time to try and entertain even my boisterous little two year old, bringing crackers and other treats free of charge.

For their sake, as well as their customers', I hope the kitchen is able to turn things around. I, however, will not be returning.

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We enjoyed a nice lunch at Tir Na Nog while vacationing in Baltimore. The food was very good and reasonably priced. While they are not really family oriented, we managed well with our 3-year old in tow. The best part was sitting on the patio above the harbor. It was such a great day and the patio was just shady enough that the sun was not in your eyes. A great place to spend for an afternoon lunch.

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★★★★☆

We enjoyed a nice lunch at Tir Na Nog while vacationing in Baltimore. The food was very good and reasonably priced. While they are not really family oriented, we managed well with our 3-year old in tow. The best part was sitting on the patio above the harbor. It was such a great day and the patio was just shady enough that the sun was not in your eyes. A great place to spend for an afternoon lunch.

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We had a poor experience. Walking into an empty restuarant at 9 pm on a Friday should have been a forewarning. Our waitress disappeared and we didn't see her for a good 20 minutes. She brought out our food and we were needing drinks, but didn't come back with them. Some of the food was cold so we had to wait to even be able to send it back. We had to alert another waitress to try and find our waitress. One dish was horrible and was sent back. The manager came out and did take it off of the bill, but not after demanding an explanation. The potato leek soup with crab meat was thin, flavorless, and the amount of crab it came with was laughable.

All said, the food is bland and something like what you'd find in a restaurant offering "early bird specials." Whilst walking out, we noticed a room off the bar in which our waitress and another were sitting at a table laughing -- they saw us looking in and tried to hide it. Poor, poor service.

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★★☆☆☆

We had a poor experience. Walking into an empty restuarant at 9 pm on a Friday should have been a forewarning. Our waitress disappeared and we didn't see her for a good 20 minutes. She brought out our food and we were needing drinks, but didn't come back with them. Some of the food was cold so we had to wait to even be able to send it back. We had to alert another waitress to try and find our waitress. One dish was horrible and was sent back. The manager came out and did take it off of the bill, but not after demanding an explanation. The potato leek soup with crab meat was thin, flavorless, and the amount of crab it came with was laughable.

All said, the food is bland and something like what you'd find in a restaurant offering "early bird specials." Whilst walking out, we noticed a room off the bar in which our waitress and another were sitting at a table laughing -- they saw us looking in and tried to hide it. Poor, poor service.

Pros: Ambience, prompt seating

Cons: bland food, poor quality food for the price, bad service

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Tir Na Nog Bar and Grill. We have been here 3 times and each time the food is better. Wonderful food, wonderful staff, wonderful chef, and great prices!.

4
★★★★☆

Tir Na Nog Bar and Grill. We have been here 3 times and each time the food is better. Wonderful food, wonderful staff, wonderful chef, and great prices!.

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Tir Na Nog Bar and Grill. We have been here 3 times and each time the food is better. Wonderful food, wonderful staff, wonderful chef, and great prices!.

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★★★★☆

Tir Na Nog Bar and Grill. We have been here 3 times and each time the food is better. Wonderful food, wonderful staff, wonderful chef, and great prices!.

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We were drawn in by the beautiful Irish decor, which seemed to be inspired by medieval castles and Irish folk-lore. It was sort of dark and mysterious, but felt a little artificial too. The staff were very friendly. We were a little surprised that this place offered restaurant-style seating but offered little more than expensively priced pub food. I ordered the Tir Na Nog shepherd's pie, which was something like $14 and not very good at all. It was a very bland and mushy bowl of ground beef with taste-less mashed potatoes on top. I don't know if this is the traditional way to cook shepherd's pie, but I've had better. In short, the atmosphere is fun, but the food was overpriced for what it is.

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★★★☆☆

We were drawn in by the beautiful Irish decor, which seemed to be inspired by medieval castles and Irish folk-lore. It was sort of dark and mysterious, but felt a little artificial too. The staff were very friendly. We were a little surprised that this place offered restaurant-style seating but offered little more than expensively priced pub food. I ordered the Tir Na Nog shepherd's pie, which was something like $14 and not very good at all. It was a very bland and mushy bowl of ground beef with taste-less mashed potatoes on top. I don't know if this is the traditional way to cook shepherd's pie, but I've had better. In short, the atmosphere is fun, but the food was overpriced for what it is.

Pros: Pleasant ambience, friendly staff

Cons: Bland food, over-priced

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My husband and I went there on a Sat afternoon, and it was quite pleasant. I had the shephard's pie, and it was yummy. The service was quick and friendly. The atmosphere was great too. We would go there again!

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★★★★★

My husband and I went there on a Sat afternoon, and it was quite pleasant. I had the shephard's pie, and it was yummy. The service was quick and friendly. The atmosphere was great too. We would go there again!

Pros: great food

Cons: none

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Me and my husband just went here over the weekend for lunch twice and dinner once! We love it. They made us feel so welcome. My husband had the Fish and Chips all three times! I had some different items including delicious Mussels. They had some irish bangers(?) chopped up in there that really made it tasty. The staff were great, they remembered us & bought us two Guinnesses for coming back for the third time in two days. It really made our getaway weekend.

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★★★★☆

Me and my husband just went here over the weekend for lunch twice and dinner once! We love it. They made us feel so welcome. My husband had the Fish and Chips all three times! I had some different items including delicious Mussels. They had some irish bangers(?) chopped up in there that really made it tasty. The staff were great, they remembered us & bought us two Guinnesses for coming back for the third time in two days. It really made our getaway weekend.

Pros: Food, staff, music. beer selection

Cons: Loud Yankee fans!

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We have been waiting for a bar like this to hang out in the summer days for years. We were sick & tired of trying to hang out at bars that were pokey little bars with 5 or 6 stools, packed with people waiting for tables to open up. I'm glad to say, now we have it. Great beer, food & atmosphere. The staff are helpful, funny & out-going. Love this place. Great place to waych U of M play, great TV's.

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★★★★☆

We have been waiting for a bar like this to hang out in the summer days for years. We were sick & tired of trying to hang out at bars that were pokey little bars with 5 or 6 stools, packed with people waiting for tables to open up. I'm glad to say, now we have it. Great beer, food & atmosphere. The staff are helpful, funny & out-going. Love this place. Great place to waych U of M play, great TV's.

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Wednesday night, plenty of staff, no crowd. Placed a simple order for two with the following results - Our drinks were not delivered until after the entree was placed, the soup was served with no spoon.. and none available on the table. The server said he would come back with one, but never did. This is a place where the waiter takes the order, but others serve it. In this case it seems the staff that busses the tables, also serves the food.... and language skills were a barrier to good service as well. I would have mentioned these difficulties to the waiter, but he was not to be seen.
Food was okay. My $18 "Irish Stew" had nice chunks of lamb placed on a small bed of mashed potatoes with stew vegetables and very little broth to hold it together.
Overall - they did discount the bill for the problems, but I would try somewhere else.

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★☆☆☆☆

Wednesday night, plenty of staff, no crowd. Placed a simple order for two with the following results - Our drinks were not delivered until after the entree was placed, the soup was served with no spoon.. and none available on the table. The server said he would come back with one, but never did. This is a place where the waiter takes the order, but others serve it. In this case it seems the staff that busses the tables, also serves the food.... and language skills were a barrier to good service as well. I would have mentioned these difficulties to the waiter, but he was not to be seen.
Food was okay. My $18 "Irish Stew" had nice chunks of lamb placed on a small bed of mashed potatoes with stew vegetables and very little broth to hold it together.
Overall - they did discount the bill for the problems, but I would try somewhere else.

Pros: Nice location - right in front of the Constellatio

Cons: Worst service I've seen in a very long time

 

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