117 Second Ave N, Nashville, TN | Directions 3720136.162479 -86.775711
Really!? Could it be any worse????.
What a joke this place is... I mean really. OK, you don't put cabbage in the in Colcannon potatoes, (which is what make this traditional Irish dish), fine. You serve frozen vegetables, cheap store bought bread and call it warm fresh rolls. Shoot you serve frozen everything.
I love traditional Irish food..... But let me tell you this wasn't it. Nothing was fresh, half of the menu was unavailable, the BBQ sauce taste like ketchup and sugar and the manager sat at the end of the bar smoking cigarettes while we waited 45 minutes for an appetizer of wings. That tasted as if they'd gone sour and I couldn't finish.
Corned beef and cabbage - with no cabbage. My out of town family members and I went there last weekend and I am afraid I made a huge mistake! The fact that they were pretty empty should have been a warning, but I thought my brother-in-law (who is from Dublin!) would get a kick. It took over an hour to get our food - the soup was cold, the gravy on the Chicken Fitzgerald was canned, as were the mixed vegtables. But the kicker was my Corned Beef and Cabbage that came out with NO CABBAGE! I wanted to send it back, but my husband kept telling me "It's in the potatoes". I ate them all and found not a shred of cabbage. Go for the beer and the music, but eat somewhere else!
Stepping off 2nd into Ireland. How they didn't win Best Place To Make You Feel You're Not In Nashville is a mystery to me. Its always a treat to duck in on a Friday or Saturday Night to catch their live music, which is always a crowd pleaser. The darts in the back or upstairs makes a nice complement too, if the bar is full.
Great beer, food and music.. My husband and I are regulars at Mulligans. The music is great and the guys do a great job of getting the crowd involved and into it. Our glasses are never empty and the food rocks ( esp. the Scottish Eggs). The music starts at 9:30. If you prefer quiet time while you eat come in before then. Recommed Mulligan's to everyone.
Great music!. This is such a great place to go sit and drink a few beers with your friends and sing along with the live music. The waitstaff is great, they remember you when you are a repeat customer and they always offer great recommendations. If you are unsure what to eat or drink, go ahead and ask your server...they are never wrong.
Fun and Friendly!. This is one of my fave places when I visit Nashville. The staff is always friendly, the food is hot and good. We like to sit by the window. This is great also if you are on a budget. I would higly recommend!
A brill evening.
I had a wonderful evening at Mulligans!!! The service was superb, the food was ok for American food.....salt on the chips!!????....you folks call them "french fries"...we Brits call them "chips". One day you Yanks will realise that salt on everything really isn't good for you!! The music was brilliant but sadly Yanks dont know the words to the songs so there was no singing along. In the UK and Ireland this would have been the high point..........all singing along together!! Most Yanks have never even heard of Manchester so "Dirty Old Town" was lost on the audience......just as much as "Leaving of Liverpool" was and what this song means to so many Irish American descendants.
The band played my request for the "Londonderry Air"......."Danny Boy" to many... but the Yanks in the audience didnt have to respect to listen to the words of this wonderful song.
A great place to eat and listen to and singalong with lovely music. "Wild Rover" is a classic Irish song................. I hope its played again when I visit next........ Im in Nashville sometime within the next two weeks.
I'll definitely be going back to Mulligans........... I hope the band know the tune and words to "Paddy McGintys Goat" this time!!!
p.s. The beer was as good as you can expect a pint of Guinness to be.............Awesome, wherever it's served!!
Disappointment. My husband I went out trying to find a new place to try and came across Mulligan's Pub. We walked in and got seated right away on a Saturday night but no one ever came over to our table we waited about 15 min and then left. I was quit disappointed because we had never been to a pub before. I seriously doubt we will ever go back there again I hear the one at Opryland Hotel is excellent!!!
Nashville's own little piece of the Emerald Isle offers live music and a friendly atmosphere..
This comfy Irish pub and grill sits right in the heart of the District. Downstairs, there's a full bar and small dining room where live Irish music entertains rowdy and loyal crowds on weekends. Upstairs is quieter, with board games, darts and a big-screen TV. Live music draws a crowd Thursday through Saturday nights. For a meal, there's fish-and-chips or corned beef and colcannon--an Irish peasant dish with buttery mashed potatoes and cabbage.
St. Patrick's Day. This was my first time to Mulligans, so I'm not going to write a big review; St. Patrick's isn't your typical day. They handed out hats, necklaces, t-shirts and all sorts of freebies throughout the night. Somehow, they were out of oxygen for the taps when we got there, so they only had two types of beer to start with. Hostess was great. Waitress was a little frazzled. We had a couple of beers while we waited to be seated for dinner. Had to wait outside for a little while as they were at capacity, but it was all in good fun. I think they ran out of real buscuits - more like "steak and rolls". Lots of smoke in the house, as is typical of a bar.
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