Unique Irish Bar & Grill, centrally located . We are a 24 hour establishment featuring a comfortable living-room-style lounge (holds 20 people), private dining/meeting room (holds 40 people), outside patio (holds 50 people), and large bar area (holds 60 people) great sports viewing with 21 big HD TV screens, excellent food
Queen Victoria Pub dishes up traditional British sandwiches, pies, and entrees 24 hours a day. Secret-recipe beer batter envelops crispy fried fish paired with British chips, and bangers join mashed potatoes and baked beans for teatime and soft-spoken discussions in which the word “balderdash” is politely thrown around. Savory pies are baked in-house with combos such as meat and mushrooms, steak and kidney, and cheese and onion beneath tender puff-pastry crusts. Whether sidled up to the bar or nestled in their seats, guests quench thirsts with 20-ounce brews such as London Pride, Harp, and Smithwick's while surveying British sports on the televisions and absorbing sound waves emitted by the resident Beatles cover-band, Revolver, who plays every Wednesday through Saturday from 9 p.m. to midnight.
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Executive chef Kuldeep Singh’s diverse selection of artisan Indian eatables beautifully complement Origin’s elegant interior, where an earthy wooden floor upholds sleek, dark furniture and walls painted in golden yellow honey. With lunch comes the chance to nibble on vegetable nilgiri, a savory assortment of non-meats cooked in green gravy and paired with buttered naan that doubles as an inter-table frisbee ($9.95). Guests can tickle their insides with a dinner starter such as tandoori black tiger shrimp, whose crustaceous tastiness is spiced with ajwain seed, kaffir lime, tamarind, raisin chutney, and balsamic reduction ($15). Next, upgrade to an entree of creamy chicken curry ($16) or a southern Indian-style stir-fry of diced lamb with curry leaves, black mustard seeds, kashmiri chili, coconut, and lemon rice ($18).
As weary travelers roll their luggage into the bright Blair House Suits hotel, they might catch distant chatter or the faint hum of Hungry Like the Wolf. If they follow their ear, it would lead them straight to Till's at the Blair—a dimly lit lounge with glimmering flat-screens and beeping gaming machines. Bartenders preside over the lengthy wood bar, doling out specialty draft beers and mixing up a sweeping variety of specialty cocktails—from sweet raspberry martinis to potent Long Island ice teas. Barflies hunch over Black Jack screens, pausing games when chat with pals or tuck into orders of steaks, bacon burgers, and chicken wings arrive. The bar hosts regular karaoke nights, giving guests the only socially acceptable forum outside of a maternity ward for singing in public.