Bennigans has closed at Hulen and N. Richland Hills. Can I get my $5 back?
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They went out of business and I didn't get a refund
Food was mediocre, service was slow, ambiance (the place had not improved in 15 years), value-overpriced. Roof leaked rain on our food and we were not offered replacement, nor another seat and were being charged for everything, even though the food had been rained on. Never will I return to that restaurant!
They use a herb/spice that I didn't care for.
Our family was all very excited to see Bennigan's return to the area. Unfortunately, we will not be visiting again. Our table was dirty. We overlooked it, but the family behind us asked for a different booth because theirs was so dirty. Sweet tea was weak and not sweet. Irish tower of rings had tough onion skins in them. My Kilkenny (sp?) country chicken salad should have been called a side salad. For a salad to cost $10, I expect to at least be full and more often than not - not be able to finish it. I had to dig in the wilted lettuce to find the hard boiled eggs and tomatoes, I saw no trace of cheese and the chicken tenders were cold and hard like they had been fried the day before and left out over night. Very, very disappointing. The only thing that didn't totally disappoint was the potato soup.
Food was not worth the price or taste. Server was not friendly and rolled her eyes when we showed the groupon.
Great place!! I'm glad their back in bizniz
Service was really slow. We waited 15 minutes after we were seated before tgey took our order then it was another 30 min before we got our food. They were there around 2pm and there wasn't many customers there. My Shepherd's pie was a little burnt. The fish from the fish & chips was good but the fries were dry and coleslaw was flavorless. We thought we would give the place another chance but was disappointed again.
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Bennigan’s evokes a spirit of Irish hospitality with chef-driven food, innovative drinks, and warm, friendly hospitality. On a given evening, the welcoming staff pours pints of beers and pairs them with hearty burgers and sandwiches.The eatery focuses on hearty meat dishes such as pot roast doused in red-ale gravy, and baby-back ribs. Half-pound single-patty burgers, such as the Guinness-glazed bacon burger, kneel before The Big Irish, a two-patty tower interspersed with three bun slices. Alternatively, groups can share plates of snacks such as bacon-cheeseburger chips—kettle chips topped in ground beef, bacon bits, and cheese—as they cheer for their favorite team or shout the species of their favorite mascot during televised games.