Nice place. A little pricey, but the specials combined with the good food will bring me back.
The Waitress Was Horrible....We Had To Hunt OtheRs Down For Our Needs
Clean things up. Bathroom was gross. Condiment caddy was gross. Also get a better beer list.
Senior O'Malley's is a great place to go with good atmosphere and really good food.
perhaps larger tvs for better viewing when not sitting at the bar
The food was very greasy. The fried soft corn tortillas were completely unnecessary. The veggies in the fajitas tacos could have used a bit more time on the stove.
The nachos were cold and instead of just heating them back up like we asked they made them over and it took forever, there were to many terms and conditions on the half price taco burger night, seemed the plain and gross burgers were the only ones half price. I was expecting more of a fusion of irish and mexican food. Just because u put irish infront of menu item doesn't make it any more irish. Was very disappointed.
Great atmosphere, great food at a low price! Bartender is awesome!
GREAT ATMOSPHERE>>>>GREAT BARTENDER>>>>>GREAT MANAGER!!!!
From Our Editors
The color green is most commonly associated with Ireland, but at Senor O’Malley’s, it pulls double duty, spilling over to complete the Mexican flag and unite two very different cultures. Amid classic pub-style decor that includes exposed brick walls, diners come together to feast on not-so-classic pub-style eats, headlined by 14 different varieties of tacos. Traditional burgers, ground and spiced fresh daily, costar on a menu that also features 12 beers on tap and pitchers of margaritas. True to its mixed theme, Senor O’Malley’s draws an eclectic crowd that ranges from students and families to young professionals and retirees. As evenings progress, five flat-screen TVs glow with sports, and music accompanies rounds of suds long after the chefs have closed the kitchen and their Spanish-to-Gaelic dictionaries.