The Life of Reilly Irish Pub & Restaurant

★★★★★
We are open Sunday through Thursday from 11:00 am until 11:00 pm. Friday and Saturday we close at 2:00 am. The dining room is open from 11:00 am till 10:00 pm seven days a week.
  • 2031 E Fairmount Ave.

    Baltimore, MD 21231

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  • 410-327-6425

About The Life of Reilly Irish Pub & Restaurant

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  • Family-Friendly Dining

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If your looking for a friendly atmosphere, good food and a relaxing time, you found the place. The fish and chips were excellent along with the shepards pie. Burgers looked big! We didn't have one but will next time.

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If your looking for a friendly atmosphere, good food and a relaxing time, you found the place. The fish and chips were excellent along with the shepards pie. Burgers looked big! We didn't have one but will next time.

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I know for a fact that I have never tasted better food in any restaurant that compares with the tasty dishes prepared at The Life of Reilly. I live in Ohio and the city I live in has many outstanding places to eat not to mention the Irish pups I have tried and won't go back to due to the food. The food I have eaten at this cozy, well maintained restaurants was delicious. The service was great, the drinks were delicious. Next time I am in Baltimore, I will skip the restaurants down town and head over to the Life of Reilly's were I know the preparation and quality will be the best!Looking forward to going back in April.

5
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I know for a fact that I have never tasted better food in any restaurant that compares with the tasty dishes prepared at The Life of Reilly. I live in Ohio and the city I live in has many outstanding places to eat not to mention the Irish pups I have tried and won't go back to due to the food. The food I have eaten at this cozy, well maintained restaurants was delicious. The service was great, the drinks were delicious. Next time I am in Baltimore, I will skip the restaurants down town and head over to the Life of Reilly's were I know the preparation and quality will be the best!Looking forward to going back in April.

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I have been to the Life of Reilly a number of times in the last year. The food is always great and the people are even better. The chicken Chesapeake is my favorite and I love the crab cakes. Try it out you will like it!

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I have been to the Life of Reilly a number of times in the last year. The food is always great and the people are even better. The chicken Chesapeake is my favorite and I love the crab cakes. Try it out you will like it!

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My wife and I relocated to the area a few months ago. One of our co-workers recommended the Life of Reilly for a great happy hour spot. Not only is it a great happy hour spot they serve great food as well. This place is definitely a neighborhood pub as the second you walk in you realize the patrons and staff all know each other well. Although initia.lly intimidating, it is also warm and welcoming. After being there only once, the staff recognized me as did several bar patrons when I walked in the door. I have to say it was oddly eerie, yet familiar. My wife loves their fish and chips and I love their Guinness stew. But, twice I've been there and it has run out. I also have been there a few times for lunch, what happened to the 15 minute menu? I realize that its popular, but can the kitchen please be more prepared? If you come with a few people, definitely share the loaded cheese fries!My only other complaint is while having dinner with my wife, sometimes I can here the bar patrons cheering (or booing) for various sports games; Can we please get a TV in the dining room so I can watch while eating my Guinness Stew?

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★★★★☆

My wife and I relocated to the area a few months ago. One of our co-workers recommended the Life of Reilly for a great happy hour spot. Not only is it a great happy hour spot they serve great food as well. This place is definitely a neighborhood pub as the second you walk in you realize the patrons and staff all know each other well. Although initia.lly intimidating, it is also warm and welcoming. After being there only once, the staff recognized me as did several bar patrons when I walked in the door. I have to say it was oddly eerie, yet familiar. My wife loves their fish and chips and I love their Guinness stew. But, twice I've been there and it has run out. I also have been there a few times for lunch, what happened to the 15 minute menu? I realize that its popular, but can the kitchen please be more prepared? If you come with a few people, definitely share the loaded cheese fries!My only other complaint is while having dinner with my wife, sometimes I can here the bar patrons cheering (or booing) for various sports games; Can we please get a TV in the dining room so I can watch while eating my Guinness Stew?

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I had the best time at The Life of Reilly this past St. Patrick's weekend!! I said weekend because they covered the entire weekend up to the actual day. The food was fabulous, the service superb. I would recommend this for anyone, for any occasion or just to grab a great dinner and drink. Great company and the owner is so accessible and just a really good guy.
Slainte and all the best!!

5
★★★★★

I had the best time at The Life of Reilly this past St. Patrick's weekend!! I said weekend because they covered the entire weekend up to the actual day. The food was fabulous, the service superb. I would recommend this for anyone, for any occasion or just to grab a great dinner and drink. Great company and the owner is so accessible and just a really good guy.
Slainte and all the best!!

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I visit the Life of Reilly's often and find the food and the atmosphere outstanding. Sunday brunch is always above average and inexpensive. The menu is mostly bar food but is not overly greasy and always very good. The loaded fries are excellent. The sandwiches are all very tasty and the burgers outstanding. Happy hour $2 drafts make for a fun time.

4
★★★★☆

I visit the Life of Reilly's often and find the food and the atmosphere outstanding. Sunday brunch is always above average and inexpensive. The menu is mostly bar food but is not overly greasy and always very good. The loaded fries are excellent. The sandwiches are all very tasty and the burgers outstanding. Happy hour $2 drafts make for a fun time.

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My girlfriend and I frequent The Life of Reilly for its friendly staff and patrons and its tasty but reasonably priced cuisine.

The menu boasts exquisite Irish fare including Guiness stew and a truly massive and outstanding shepherds pie. There are usually great specials too. A full dinner entree and glass of wine or pint of Guiness will rarely cost more than $20

The atmosphere is pleasant, particularly at the copper-topped bar that runs parallel to an exposed brick wall decorated with rugby jerseys. The dining room is nice too, but not necessarily the reason for one to go to an Irish Pub.

Life of Reilly's is somewhat hidden in Baltimore's Butcher's Hill neighborhood, but is worth the online map search for 2031 E. Fairmount Street, 21231.

Be sure to check out the well attended Wednesday night trivia contest, a favorite among locals.

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★★★★☆

My girlfriend and I frequent The Life of Reilly for its friendly staff and patrons and its tasty but reasonably priced cuisine.

The menu boasts exquisite Irish fare including Guiness stew and a truly massive and outstanding shepherds pie. There are usually great specials too. A full dinner entree and glass of wine or pint of Guiness will rarely cost more than $20

The atmosphere is pleasant, particularly at the copper-topped bar that runs parallel to an exposed brick wall decorated with rugby jerseys. The dining room is nice too, but not necessarily the reason for one to go to an Irish Pub.

Life of Reilly's is somewhat hidden in Baltimore's Butcher's Hill neighborhood, but is worth the online map search for 2031 E. Fairmount Street, 21231.

Be sure to check out the well attended Wednesday night trivia contest, a favorite among locals.

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Whether you're in the mood for a Guiness and a Shepherd's Pie, a bottle of red and a tender filet or just a domestic beer and a good time, Life of Reilly Irish Pub is the place to be! It's only 1/2 mile from both Canton and Fells Point and only a mile from downtown Baltimore. One-of-a-kind outside seating right on the sidewalk makes for fun summer nights and even better fall brunches. You'll always have someone in the neighborhood to talk to and the owner (Crosby) frequents and mingles with all. Trivia on Wednesdays 8-11 is always a great time but get there early to order food and get a good seat either at a table or the bar. The winner receives $50 toward their bar tab! Second place $25. No one can beat this place! Very unique!

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★★★★★

Whether you're in the mood for a Guiness and a Shepherd's Pie, a bottle of red and a tender filet or just a domestic beer and a good time, Life of Reilly Irish Pub is the place to be! It's only 1/2 mile from both Canton and Fells Point and only a mile from downtown Baltimore. One-of-a-kind outside seating right on the sidewalk makes for fun summer nights and even better fall brunches. You'll always have someone in the neighborhood to talk to and the owner (Crosby) frequents and mingles with all. Trivia on Wednesdays 8-11 is always a great time but get there early to order food and get a good seat either at a table or the bar. The winner receives $50 toward their bar tab! Second place $25. No one can beat this place! Very unique!

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Message from The Life of Reilly Irish Pub & Restaurant

Come "Live the Life" at The life of Reilly's Irish pub and restaurant, winner of "Best Bites" for fish and chips by the Baltimore Sun and 4 stars out of a possible 4 for service! Come enjoy the engaging atmosphere at our copper top bar or relax in one of our three dining areas. There is plenty of front in parking on our one way street in the heart of Butchers Hill. Until we meet, may the road rise up to meet you, may the wind be always at your back, may the sun shine brightly on your fields and may God hold you in the palm of his hand!

More about The Life of Reilly Irish Pub & Restaurant

We serve excellent Irish specialty fare in addition to homemade soups and specials and out of this world pub fare! Our 10 oz burger and crabcake are outstanding and we are quickly becoming known for our shepards pie, guinness stew and fish and chips. Don'

 

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