O'reilly's Irish Bar & Rstrnt

★★★★☆
  • 622 Green St

    San Francisco, CA 94133

    Cross street: at Columbus

    Map & Directions
  • 415-989-6222

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One thing I never understand is that when it is very busy (after a street festival etc) they have one poor soul working the bar and it takes twenty minutes to get a drink.
I am looking forward to the day when we are issued cards and they are self service.
A good place nonetheless.

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★★★☆☆

One thing I never understand is that when it is very busy (after a street festival etc) they have one poor soul working the bar and it takes twenty minutes to get a drink.
I am looking forward to the day when we are issued cards and they are self service.
A good place nonetheless.

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OReillys is a great place for Sunday brunch. You can enjoy the extensive menu at the outside tables in the sunshine (people-watching across Columbus Avenue), shimmied up to the long wooden bar in the long narrow bar area or seated comfortably in the dining room with Irish memorabilia covering the walls. They serve a Mixed Grill to die for (as low-carbers will identify with!) and large or small Irish breakfast with all the trimmings, plus terrific whole-grain pancakes and an assortment of other terrific breakfast, lunch, brunch ideas! And they serve Harps (which is near impossible to even find in Ireland now...something about Carlsberg advertising them out of the market.) I'm looking forward to trying them for dinner sometime, but brunch is a given!

PROS: Extensive menu, great beverage selection, variety of eating areas
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OReillys is a great place for Sunday brunch. You can enjoy the extensive menu at the outside tables in the sunshine (people-watching across Columbus Avenue), shimmied up to the long wooden bar in the long narrow bar area or seated comfortably in the dining room with Irish memorabilia covering the walls. They serve a Mixed Grill to die for (as low-carbers will identify with!) and large or small Irish breakfast with all the trimmings, plus terrific whole-grain pancakes and an assortment of other terrific breakfast, lunch, brunch ideas! And they serve Harps (which is near impossible to even find in Ireland now...something about Carlsberg advertising them out of the market.) I'm looking forward to trying them for dinner sometime, but brunch is a given!

PROS: Extensive menu, great beverage selection, variety of eating areas
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Old-World charm comes to life with mahogany woodwork, exquisite stained glass and walls adorned with antique weaponry, Irish-heritage photos and a mural of Guinness-toasting gents. Additional relics are imaginatively…

 

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