Love the ambiance and food! I've always wanted to try dining at this unique sports bar but was hesitant because of previous reviews, but I'm glad I did.
I always go for the whole package of good food, ambiance and staff in a restaurant. And O'Learys did not disappoint. My black angus striploin steak and buffalo wings are nicely cooked, great selection of drinks, and the staff were friendly and helpful.
It's like entering a homely restaurant-bar once I stepped in. The sports memorabilia and homeliness enhances the ambiance, and the location is good for me as it's central. This is a great place if you want to get away from the crowd in City Hall to eat and chill out after work.
You can even enjoy the cool breeze and scenery right outside the restaurant. The open space here can be a good idea for my company event too.
I had a surprise party for my husband and was overwhelmed with O'Leary's high service standards. Since it was a 'surprise party' there were many details that needed attention and O'Leary's made sure it went according to plan.
The food is great & I love their alfresco dining area and the ambiance.
I recommend this place for casual dining and for private parties. O'Leary's serve to please!
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