Mc Mullan's Irish Pub

★★★★★
  • 4650 W Tropicana Ave

    Las Vegas, NV 89103

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  • 702-247-7000

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The staff is the best, I dropped a beer in this place once and they had a replacement to me before I could look up....that is service! Live music is okay, depending on your taste, just have to check what they have going on for the night you are going

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★★★★☆

The staff is the best, I dropped a beer in this place once and they had a replacement to me before I could look up....that is service! Live music is okay, depending on your taste, just have to check what they have going on for the night you are going

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We found McMullan's quite by accident upon arriving in Vegas and had a terrific lunch of fish and chips, irish sliders and a couple pints of Guinness. The food, atmosphere and service had us returning for our final night's meal.
A typical dark Irish pub, with nooks and crannies to hide away in, McMullan's offers Irish comfort food at it's best. We dined on shephard's pie and Irish steak and mushroom pie our last night along with several pints of Guinness and Harps. The homemade house chips are a perfect appetizer although the irish nachos that walked past looked good enough to follow and sneak a bite.
The people complete the place. Our server, complete with her Irish brogue was attentive and friendly. The band "Kerry Road" offered up traditional tunes and were listener friendly. They even had a small lass that did a mean jig. It was fun to sit and listen to all the patrons, some local and others visiting from Ireland - you felt that you'd just dropped into the local pub for a pint and some craic.

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★★★★★

We found McMullan's quite by accident upon arriving in Vegas and had a terrific lunch of fish and chips, irish sliders and a couple pints of Guinness. The food, atmosphere and service had us returning for our final night's meal.
A typical dark Irish pub, with nooks and crannies to hide away in, McMullan's offers Irish comfort food at it's best. We dined on shephard's pie and Irish steak and mushroom pie our last night along with several pints of Guinness and Harps. The homemade house chips are a perfect appetizer although the irish nachos that walked past looked good enough to follow and sneak a bite.
The people complete the place. Our server, complete with her Irish brogue was attentive and friendly. The band "Kerry Road" offered up traditional tunes and were listener friendly. They even had a small lass that did a mean jig. It was fun to sit and listen to all the patrons, some local and others visiting from Ireland - you felt that you'd just dropped into the local pub for a pint and some craic.

Pros: atmposhere and food

Cons: we don't live close enough to visit daily

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I am in love with this place. There is something for everyone. Great place to meet up after work for happy hour. great music at night and on the week ends. Amazing food at a great price (chicken currey pot-pie is out of this world). also they are raising money for cherity, ( the cherity is st. baldrick's, it's for children with cancer) which is amazing in my book, you don't see much of that around here.

2
★★★★★

I am in love with this place. There is something for everyone. Great place to meet up after work for happy hour. great music at night and on the week ends. Amazing food at a great price (chicken currey pot-pie is out of this world). also they are raising money for cherity, ( the cherity is st. baldrick's, it's for children with cancer) which is amazing in my book, you don't see much of that around here.

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Great place to get away from the strip. Live music, attentive wait staff, excellent food, moderate prices. The place hops on St Paddy's day..Good call.

2
★★★★★

Great place to get away from the strip. Live music, attentive wait staff, excellent food, moderate prices. The place hops on St Paddy's day..Good call.

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Cheap drinks, great crowd, best guniess in town, music on weds. great place to go after work. You can't have a bad time at this pub.

2
★★★★★

Cheap drinks, great crowd, best guniess in town, music on weds. great place to go after work. You can't have a bad time at this pub.

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The quality of the food depends on the item order - the breakfast wasn't all that great, but the steak sandwiches and the vegetarian pasta are good. The drinks are good and the beer on tap is a good variety including ciders. This is a good place to hang out and do some work with the free wireless access and the staff doesn't get antsy if you're there for a long time. One big downside is that the place is very dark. There are very few window and the decor is dark ao it makes it difficult to see sometimes. I go there regularly and reccomend it if you're looking for something comfortable with a menu that has items a little different than normal.

2
★★★★☆

The quality of the food depends on the item order - the breakfast wasn't all that great, but the steak sandwiches and the vegetarian pasta are good. The drinks are good and the beer on tap is a good variety including ciders. This is a good place to hang out and do some work with the free wireless access and the staff doesn't get antsy if you're there for a long time. One big downside is that the place is very dark. There are very few window and the decor is dark ao it makes it difficult to see sometimes. I go there regularly and reccomend it if you're looking for something comfortable with a menu that has items a little different than normal.

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From 11 pm to 11 am, McMullans serves homemade corned beef, hash, and eggs for $3.95. Although the dining area looks like an aunthentic Irish pub, the atmosphere is on the dark side and I think is the perfect after a great night of drinking and dancing.

The staff is pretty friendly. The service, however, is a hit or miss. Sometimes it is on the slow side.

There is live music on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday nights.

4
★★★★☆

From 11 pm to 11 am, McMullans serves homemade corned beef, hash, and eggs for $3.95. Although the dining area looks like an aunthentic Irish pub, the atmosphere is on the dark side and I think is the perfect after a great night of drinking and dancing.

The staff is pretty friendly. The service, however, is a hit or miss. Sometimes it is on the slow side.

There is live music on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday nights.

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