1775 Radio Dr Ste A, Saint Paul, MN 55125
O'malley's Irish Pub
O'Malley's Lucky Irish Pub
Parking: Lot, Free
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Irish, European, Bar & Grills, Continental
Alcohol: Full Bar
Outdoor Seating: Yes
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If you want to get great service and some great food this is your place!! The burgers and phillys are to die for i cant tell you how many people i have brought in there to have them and they never leave unsatisfied!! The wait staff is so welcoming and chatty and really get to know the people who come in.. Hands down its the best place around!!
12/06/2008Provided by Citysearch -
We were critiqing this pub and were watching the locals as they watched there football games and such. We spoke to a very nice couple on several occasions that just recently moved to the area.
One night four locals came in during football and it was obvious that they had parteken earlier and were looking for trouble. The couple we met continued to watch football amidst there derogatory remarks about the team they were watching and fans of. The four men left only to return and be served free beer by the bartender. The couple were continually verbally attacked and no management did nothing except tell them that the four men were regulars. Eventually the couple were asked to leave after doing NOTHING which was witnessed by everyone. This left a pour taste in other regulars mouths and they were told from management that it was easier to tell the couple to leave than request the four (DRUNK) men to leave do to there size. THIS IS ONE PLACE YOU SHOULDNT VISIT UNLESS YOU LIKE TO BE VERBALLY ATTACKED BY THE REGULAR DRUNKS AND THEN BE KICKED OUT FOR NOTHING.
03/18/2008Provided by Citysearch -
We have been to many of the Irish pubs in St. Paul and Minneapolis, but this year we were looking for someplace closer to our home to celebrate St. Patricks day. We were pleasantly surprised to find O Mally's, a non-chain, family-owned restaurant. This is somewhat rare in Woodbury, which is dominated by large chains. The place had a good crowd with a great mix of people, and we had no problem getting drinks and appetizers despite the amount of people. The staff was friendly and the pub atmosphere great (though perhaps not ""authentic"" - still gives that vibe). We'll definitely be back!
09/30/2007Provided by Citysearch -
My friend and I stopped by there late Saturday night. The place was packed. Our server took our drink order and gave us a menu. We weren't planning on ordering any food, but if she'd asked us, we would have ordered something. Our table was located directly across from the servers' computer so she passed us each time she sent an order through yet she never bothered to take 2 seconds to check on us.
It was ladies' night with $1 drinks. When we finished our drinks, we left her $2 and one penny to show her she was a lousy server. My friend owns a restaurant and I used to work as a waitress so we always leave big tips but the bad service we got was completely unacceptable. We will NEVER go there again!
I hate to play the race card, but could it be that we were the only non-whites there? If so, then Omalley's in Woodbury are racists. Avoid going there if you want to be treated with respect!