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Claddagh Irish Pub (Downtown) [Jul. 31st, 2007|05:44 pm]
Dining in the Indianapolis Area


Name of Restaurant: Claddagh Irish Pub
Location (intersections if you do not know the street address): 234 S. Meridian St. Across from ice Lounge
Type of Food: Irish Pub Fare
Average Cost Per Meal: ~$10+
Methods of Payment Accepted: Credit Cards & Cash
Website (if applicable): Claddagh Irish Pubs
Comments, What you ate, what you thought, etc.:

The bar area is a nice place to sit, have a drink, and munch of appetizers. They do have a bar appetizer menu that is significantly cheaper than the appetizers on the regular menu. (~$3)

I'm a fan of their fish and chips even as a sandwich. I usually stick to this, but the Five Points Turkey Club with added sauteed onions is definitely a treat. Both sandwiches cost around $9.

Menu with prices (excluding alcoholic beverages) is located here in PDF format.

Be sure to ask for seasoned sour cream for your chips if you're feeling a little adventurous.

Overall, it was a great experience. Friendly bartenders and servers. Very short wait for our food on a Sunday afternoon.

[User Picture]From: belindashort
2007-08-01 02:20 am (UTC)
I like it except for the smoking
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[User Picture]From: thaimaishuus
2007-08-01 03:51 am (UTC)
I thought only the back corner was a smoking area?
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[User Picture]From: belindashort
2007-08-01 01:25 pm (UTC)
Well, what I noticed is that when I walked in the front, I immediately noticed smoking/smoky smell. In a regular pub setting I'd have no problem with that, but the claddaugh isn't exactly cheap and is known for good food.
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