Portland >Bull Feeney's
Good Beer but Irish food at its worst. I thought I was back in Ireland even the food was terrible. All dinners are Ala-cart nothing comes with the meal unless you order it. For over $23.95 I got the Aged Serloin steak that was full of fat. I had to order extra the salad and fries. This dinner was almost $50 after tax and tip for 1 beer and a steak dinner with fies and a salad. Not my idea of a good meal.
Pretty darned disappointing for Portland. Pretty place. Friendly service. Good beer. But then there's the food. You'd have to look hard around Portland to find anything quite so mediocre as the highly touted and astonishingly expensive seafood chowder; better could be got from a can. The other dishes were just comparable to what one would find at any chain eatery anywhere in America. Not worth the time, and definitely not worth the money. In a city with so many good restaurants, Bull Feeney's should either improve its kitchen, or close it.
Cozy Irish pub provides Old Port revelers with a welcoming spot to catch some live tunes..
Named after a famous Irishman who immigrated to Portland in the late 1800s, Bull Feeney's packs plenty of Old World charm across its two levels. Large TVs show live sports while live bands play Thursdays through Sundays (there's never a cover charge.) By day, the sunny environs and accessible menu make for a kid-friendly lunch spot. The lengthy dinner menu includes lots of local seafood (fresh lobster rolls, baked haddock) and hearty Irish fare.
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