Eating and drinking with friends makes for a much better Friday night than eating your friends and drinking alone. Gather a crowd with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $8 for $16 worth of Irish-American fare for two from the lunch menu; entrees range from $6.99 to $14.99
- $15 for dinner for two, which includes one appetizer (up to a $9.99 value) and two entrees (up to a $14.99 value each; up to a $39.97 total value). For this option, choose between redeeming your Groupon on Sunday–Thursday or Friday or Saturday.
Dinner diners may select an appetizer from the dinner menu, such as the stuffed potato skins or the irish sausage roll with dijon dipping sauce. The menu also features entrees such as the fresh haddock fish 'n' chips, the homemade shepherd’s pie, and the boxty, a traditional potato pancake served with Irish-style chicken curry or Guinness beef stew.
Lunch is served Monday–Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Dinner is served after 5 p.m. seven days a week.
The Irish Times Pub & Restaurant
Irish eyes smile in Niall Roche’s traditional Gaelic pub, at once cozy and grandiose with iron chandeliers and imported Irish furniture strewn throughout the many rooms of the 6,000-square-foot space. An Emerald Isle native with restaurateuring in his blood, Niall realized his dream of owning and operating a pub of his own in Saratoga. He's poured energy into The Irish Times Pub & Restaurant's tiny details: the hunter-green leather on the second-story furnishings, the serving staff of accented Gaels, and the wall-mounted fiddle painted as green as a three-leaf clover jealous of its four-leafed cousin. The bar and booths on the first floor form a cozy country-pub ambiance, and the castle-like second story takes advantage of the space and spills out over a rooftop terrace overlooking Congress Park.
As much care, if not more, is taken with the menus, which feature an all-day Irish breakfast, chicken with imported Irish curry, and Celtic fusion food that incorporates anything from egg rolls to nachos. Fresh haddock, broiled or fried, offers a taste of the North Atlantic, and a splash of Guinness improves menu items from the beef stew to the chocolate cake. While diners dig into hearty shepherd's pies or rasher-topped burgers, live musicians play anything from Celtic pub songs to contemporary radio jams.