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O'Neills (Stirling)

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11-13 Maxwell Pl, Stirling FK8 1JU. Tel: +44(0)1786 459901

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      27.08.2008 20:06
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      lovely pub, with delicious food

      I love o'neills pub. It has to be my all time favourite pub. It has a great irish tradition when you step in, with loads of irish sayings on the walls and wooden floors and tables. Its a small pub, which is often very busy. It serves food daily, and throughout the day. The food is spot on, they are very good on price, and often you can get a platter to share, which works out at £3 each. They do loads of dishes, all that are very tasty, and many irish dishes like colcannon, so do have a go. ONeills, do some great beers, and i love the guiness and especially the new gusiness red. The atmosphere, is great in oneills, good music plays and the atmosphere is jolly. The staff are always ready to help, and when ordering food they are very polite and food is quick and promt. I throughly enjoy going to oneills pub, and if i could recommend one thing on the menu it would be the vegetarian platter for 2, it is the works, and is a bargain at £4.95. Oh and they also do a bottle of wine for £7! What a good price. Lovelly place, full of atmosphere.

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        26.07.2001 03:17
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        Taking a break from all your worries sure would help a lot. Wouldn't you like to get away? Sometimes you want to go, Where the bar staff aren't a pain, and the prices aren't insane. You want to go, where the beer doesn't taste like it's been poured from a drain. You want to go to O'Neills, you can't complain. NORM!!! Sorry, I've been watching too many reruns of Cheers on cable! So, O'Neills, it's a great pub. I've been known to go there for a few lemonades of an evening. It's quite a small pub, but that doesn't mean it's quiet. Oh no! It's a very lively pub.They sell some mighty fine food I'm reliably informed. Haven't tried it myself but I do know from my own experience that they sell a fine pint if Guinness and all the usual drinks you'd expect to find in a good bar. Including Aftershock(eeek!). The bar staff are friendly and know what they're doing. If you're lucky you can even get table service if you can't make it to the bar. (very useful) The only bad points about O'Neills is that you might not get in at the weekend as it does get very busy and one of the seats at the back has a lamp above it, which, if you're not careful, you might hit your head off! Ouch. And now, this. THE TOP 5 REASONS WHY O'NEILLS IS LIKE CHEERS! 1. They sell beer. 2. It's friendly. 3. You get an interesting mix of people. 4. You'll have a laugh. 5. You have to go down a stairway to get to the door. THE TOP 5 REASONS WHY O'NEILLS IS NOT LIKE CHEERS! 1. They don't have a pool table. 2. It's not filmed before a live studio audience. 3. I've never once seen a guy walk in and everybody shout NORM! 4. There hasn't been a hugely successful spin off following the life of a psychiatrist that frequented the bar after he moved to Seattle to do a radio phone in show. 5. I lied about the stairway!

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