How about a little drink in your ice? If so, this is the place to be! Flat, watered down Guiness. French Fries portion rediculously small for the cost of the entree. Serve a "23 ounce" signature drink in a Weizen glass? What a crime. Fish and chips ok but no malt vinegar on the tables and you have to ask for it? Where is the O' in this chain Irish themed sto'?! The waiter asked two or three times if we were ready to order our entree in less than five minutes of sitting down and getting our drinks. We were clearly checking the menu. The burgers were good but the fish and chips were just OK. And refills on an Arnold Palmer (iced tea and lemonade) were over $2.00?! You can get Arizona Iced Teas for $.99 and these "mixed drinks" refills (in a pint glass with tons of ice) are free almost everywhere else. Wife and child (adult burger for him) and two drinks for me (watered down, flat Guiness and "signature" Sangria 23 Ounce Glass with 18 Ounce ice)? $52+. Wife insisting on rediculous tip for the rushing, obese, unprofessional looking waiter? $60.00. Loud TVs (no game on yet) so patrons had to speak over stupid commercials. I did discuss the shortcomings of the visit with the 20s-early 30sish masx year old manager and she did offer another drink or a something else to eat but I'm not that easily bought off. I just wanted her to know how aweful it was and she promised to talk to her wait staff and bartender, which was good. Overall, this another botch job of America ruining something great (Irish Pub) and turning it into another typical chain restaurant was kind of what I expected and I will write off another place to get a Guiness on tap. I could have eaten at Red Robin and had awesome drinks, bottomless refills on drinks and awesome french fries or eaten at the Brazilian steakhouse for this price. Never again.