Excellent food, charming atmosphere and remarkable customer service is what you’ll find when you walk through the doors at Powers Irish Pub.
Bartender Mike will remember your name and make you feel like old friends in addition to serving a darn good libation. When you come back, he’ll greet you by name and ask if you are drinking the same beverage as last time. I must also give a nod to Bartender Ryan who provides great service and a barrel of laughs.
Restaurant Manager Aline aims to please and endeavors to accommodate customer’s requests. Everyone performs their duties with a smile and strives to make you feel like a V.I.P.
The atmosphere is unique in a pleasing way. The bar is welcoming, fits the period of the structure and dining occurs on at least three separate levels. They have spacious rooms for larger parties and cozy nooks with one table for a more intimate dining experience. They are happy to give you a tour of this two hundred-year-old edifice and you may just run across one of the long time residents from generations ago.
I was in town for training during January and February and a co-worker and I tried this place early on. During our stay, we ended up drinking and dining here a couple dozen times we enjoyed it so much.
The traditional Irish fare is superb. They create an incredible Reuben Sandwich and I recommended the Shepherd’s pie to a gentleman sitting at the bar who told me that it rivals the ones he’s eaten in Ireland. I highly recommend the Sunday Breakfast Brunch. Every item is mouth watering.
If I was a local I would frequent this establishment a minimum of two to three times per week.