I went to the Harp and Celt for the first time last week. What a pleasant surprise awaited me when I walked into the Celt Irish Pub that looked like a pub right out of Dublin. The decor and woodwork is absolutely stunning. I was met as I entered the door by a server that introduced herself, asked my name, where I was from, offered advice on the menu items and took my drink order. I ordered a pint of Guinness and ordered the steak and mushroom pie. The Guinness was astounding as were the pie, but more importantly, I was made to feel as if I were a regular patron from the word go. My server then advised me that the Harp Restaurant offered full service fine dining and let me see their menu. That was my second trip. Again, when I arrived at the Harp, I received a warm welcome from the hostess and was seated in a 1900’s era style dining room that was rustic and full of personality. My waiter introduced himself and advised me of the features on the menu. I ordered the catch of the day which was swordfish with a Harp house salad and a glass of wine. I was spoiled by the food and service. It was such a great experience to go to an establishment and receive good old customer service with excellent food and atmosphere. I am now a regular at both the Harp and Celt. Another bonus is the Central garage for parking directly behind the Harp and Celt making it a breeze to park and a short walk to the front door. Parking is only .50 cents per hour after 6-PM.
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My friend and I were in Lake Buena vista for the last week of March 2012. We chose Raglan Road because from the outside it looked like it was hopping. We were told there would be a 15 to 20 minute wait but were pleasantly surprised to be paged in 5. The atmosphere was lively without being rowdy and the service was the best I've had in years. We shared the pate appetizer and it could have served 4 people. It was excellent. We were also served a warm pumpernickel bread. Very tasty. Those folks were working hard but it seemed like they were really enjoying themselves. We were accommodated enthusiastically when requesting substitutions, extra this or that, etc. The fresh green beans I had in lieu of "chips" (french fries) were the best I've ever eaten - perfectly steamed and extra long and thin.The fish was nice and crunchy on the outside and tender and juicy on the inside and I have to try to get their tartar sauce recipe. My friend had the portobello mushroom "burger". O M G. Beautifully presented and absolutely delectable. In the land of Disney you will pay $7 for a corn dog, so I thought the prices were very reasonable - especially for such a quality experience.
When I arrived at the Harp and Celt, I received a warm welcome from the hostess and was seated in a 1900���s era style dining room that was rustic and stunning. There was soft big band background music that matched the ambiance and added to the romance of the room. My waiter introduced himself and advised me of the features on the menu. I ordered the catch of the day which was swordfish with a Harp house salad and a glass of wine. I was spoiled by the food and service. After dinner I went next door to the Celt Irish Pub and was happy to see that they nailed it with the best Irish Pub I have been in since Mulvaney���s closed down. It was such a great experience to go to an establishment and receive good old customer service with excellent food and atmosphere. I am now a regular at both the Harp and Celt.